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We’re very excited by the fifth issue of Catalyst, CARE’s twice-yearly magazine, which once again seeks to raise the profile of ministries and individuals who are ‘making a Christian difference’ where they are. It also gives an overview of some of the exciting events and initiatives that CARE has been involved with over the past 6 months.
Highlights in this Spring 2013 issue include a fascinating profile of Christians Against Poverty, with freelance writer Clive Price speaking to CAP founder John Kirkby, and a profile of Jessie Joe Jacobs, the dynamic CEO of A Way Out, an award-winning charity working with at-risk women and young people in Stockton-on-Tees.
Also inside this latest issue is an interview with Greg Downes, Principal of the Centre for Missional Leadership, on culture, leadership and mission. Catalyst also asked Clive Price to profile the distinctively Christian vision behind popular toy shop chain, The Entertainer, and pay a lively visit to their store in Horsham.
Continuing our series of interviews with Parliamentarians, CARE’s Chief Executive Nola Leach talks to Caroline Spelman MP about the pressures of life as an MP and how she came to be in that position. You will also find updates from our Public Affairs team on key issues such as marriage and the family, Lady Howe’s Online Safety Bill and assisted suicide.
There is also a special feature on the work of CARE for Europe (p16-17), including a glimpse into the busy schedules of our team in Brussels.
We hope that this latest issue of Catalyst will be blessing and an encouragement to you – remember that you can access Catalyst in a number of different ways, whether in print (sign-up here if you don’t currently receive it), reading online (see below) or downloading it as a PDF.