An invitation to host prayer meetings during Thy Kingdom Come, 30 May – 9 June; and join us 7-8pm, Parliament Square, Thursday 6 June. Queues lining Westminster Abbey to pray ______________________________ If we believe in the God of the Bible, who describes Himself as the God who hears and has answered our personal prayers, surely we can believe that prayer can change a nation. Indeed, history is full of prayer movements shaping nations.  Before the fall of the Iron curtain,
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Ministers, civil servants and ambassadors gathered to reflect and also to celebrate the events that took place 2000 years ago but which have such an enormous significance today. The four reflections were provided by John Kirkby CBE, founder of Christians Against Poverty (CAP), who centred on what Jesus is doing today through CAP. Reaching over 23,000 people every year, CAP releases thousands from the misery of debt and poverty, with many putting their faith in
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Around 70 of us, mostly civil servants, gathered at the Ministry of Justice on Saturday 2 March for our National Conference.  It was a brilliant opportunity to come together with colleagues from across government to share fellowship, plenty of food, to worship together and to listen to some top class speakers.   After a spirit-filled time of worship, led by our own Alan Bowden from the DfE, our opening speaker was Dr Krish Kandiah, who
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We are very delighted to announce that Christians Against Poverty (CAP) will be Christians in Government’s charity of the year 2019. CAP is a national poverty relief charity. The charity has over 600 centres across the UK, each run by a local church where CAP works with clients who are trapped in a world of debt and poverty. As well as their Debt Centres, CAPs Job Clubs, Release Groups and Life Skills training, helps to
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Like many hidden treasures, this artefact was discovered by chance. During an office tidy-up, colleagues in Communications Directorate came across an old book in a cupboard. Musty and dog-eared, its yellowing pages showed its age.    Written in fountain pen inside the cover were the words ‘Civil Service Christian Union HM Office of Works Branch’. The book turned out to be the record of annual meetings of the group, beginning in 1924. As such it
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