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'I was hungry and you gave me something to eat... Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.'
Matthew 25: 35-40

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Our work is founded on prayer; as a charity we have time set aside in our working day for it and we acknowledge that we can do no worthy thing without God on board.

We would love you to join us in prayer – this page will be regularly updated with situations that need prayer. You can also receive our quarterly prayer diary though the post or receive weekly text alerts with a client's prayer need.

Thank you for supporting our work and vision through your prayers and faithfulness.

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Weekly prayer texts

Join with our staff in their prayers for clients' needs with our weekly prayer texts.

Text 'poverty' to 84433

Latest prayer requests

Last updated on 01 September 2018

Family trials

calendar19 November 2013

P has been through bankruptcy and should be over the moon. Sadly, his mum has been diagnosed with cancer, one son attempted suicide and his other son is having an affair. P is a Christian, but really needs God's counsel at this time. Please pray for comfort, wisdom and strengthened faith for P, as well as reconciliation and peace within the family unit.

God’s mercy

calendar18 November 2013

K was summoned to court for almost £3,000 in Council Tax arrears. We prayed for mercy and all arrears have been remitted! Praise God for His continuing grace and mercy.

Trish’s Story

calendar11 November 2013

Give Trish's video a watch for a truly inspiring story, we promise you'll be amazed at God's grace yet again!

HIV positive

calendar05 November 2013

H is HIV positive. She is a single mum with two small children. Pray for healing, that her heart will be more trusting and she will control her anger better. Also pray for her children and their wellbeing.

Support and understanding

calendar01 November 2013

K has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and has been given 8–12 months to live. He also has post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and addiction problems. Pray that his wife, D, will be able to support him, and the bailiffs will stop troubling them now that CAP has stepped in.

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