Christian Debt Charity Tackles Unemployment

The charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has launched a new ministry for the unemployed after research showed almost a third of its debt clients were out of work.

The new service called CAP Job Clubs was launched in March in Westminster. Its aim is to equip congregations to train jobless people to become more ready...

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