Steph

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‘Everything’s bright and beautiful compared to what it was like. I started smiling again for the first time in years. My daughter Isabella said, “You’re happy again, Mummy. You’re not sad anymore”.’

Steph grew up believing that things always go wrong. And often, they did.

A car accident left Steph with PTSD, which led to a complete breakdown. Crippling panic attacks made her a prisoner in her own home.

Steph got into debt and it grew out of hand. The financial strain increased her anxiety, catapulting her into a spiral of fear, isolation and terror. She began to lose everything – including hope.

Until Steph gave Christians Against Poverty a call. Knowing we were taking care of things gave her the breathing space she needed to focus on recovery.

‘My whole life changed. I’ve never felt happy like this before. Now I don’t have to worry. I have hope now.’

Thank you for considering giving so generously to CAP! Did you know that if you give £50 or more per month, you’ll join a group of over 200 Vision Sponsors?

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Thank you for considering giving so generously to CAP! Did you know that if you give £50 or more per month, you’ll join a group of over 200 Vision Sponsors?

Become a Vision Sponsor

Christians Against Poverty (CAP) is transforming communities affected by debt and poverty, by offering emotional and practical support through the Church. We see ten people become debt free and three respond to Jesus every single working day.

Through CAP, Steph also gave her life to Jesus. She now wants to help young people who had a similar start in life, and share the hope that she’s discovered in him.

There are people just like Steph in your community who don’t yet know the difference a church family, practical debt help and – of course – Jesus Christ, can make. By giving just £10 a month to CAP, you’re helping others discover freedom. Will you become a Life Changer today?

‘I was on the verge of losing the house. My relationship broke down. I lost my job, stopped driving. I lost everything. I wanted to end my life. I thought there was no hope at all.’

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