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.
Quarterly prayer diary
Join our National Prayer team and receive our quarterly prayer diary through the post.
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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
27 September 2013
A mother of six not only struggles with overwhelming debts, but has health issues too. She turned to CAP and has since chosen to live her life for God. She is now thankfully at peace, but still needs prayer for her health.
25 September 2013
One of our clients recently attempted suicide. Please ask for God's peace and restoration in this client's life, and support from friends and family.
Pray for two other clients, A and D, who are also having suicidal thoughts at this time. D has had a difficult past and needs God's wisdom and protection in her life.
23 September 2013
Praise God that another one of our CAP Job Club members has secured paid employment! She is extremely thankful for the opportunity – pray for encouragement and perseverance as she settles in.
13 September 2013
Please pray for two clients that are going through a particularly difficult time in their marriage at the moment. They need God's guidance and patience to work together and share responsibilities as a family.
World Suicide Prevention Day
10 September 2013
Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Before contacting CAP, one in three of our clients considered or attempted suicide. Today, we ask you to pray for restored hope and peace for all our clients – past, present and future. Pray that they will have the courage to take the first step in tackling their debts.