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Still Free

I went debt free in August 2014. I'd love you to watch my story

The story of John Train

John's story

Debt had a devastating impact on John’s life. Having been made redundant, the constant stress and uncertainty drove him to attempt suicide twice. 

Because of the generosity of our supporters, we were able to be there when John needed us. We were able to share our faith and introduce him to a God that loves him extraordinarily. When he discovered this, John felt release for the first time in years.

CAP’s intervention was about much more than debt help. It was the catalyst that brought him back into church, where he found a loving community and friendship.

Four years on from becoming debt free, John is still in control of his finances, walking with God and living a life that’s full of joy.

Now, he wants to say thank you to every person who supports CAP and made his life today a reality.

If CAP hadn’t come into my life when they did, I would be dead. You truly saved my life. I now have a reason to live. It’s a complete transformation and I really mean that.

- John Train

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