If you've experienced broken relationships, you've experienced poverty. Let’s work together to understand poverty and how we can make lasting changes in our communities.
"Poverty is the result of relationships that do not work, that are not just, that are not for life, that are not harmonious or enjoyable. Poverty is the absence of shalom in all its meanings."
A look at the heart of Christians Again Poverty (CAP) operating around the world. Since 2013, CAP Canada has been working hard to provide hope and [ read more ]
In 1999, when CAP was only 3 years old and a team of 20 people, they bought a building. It's been a foundation to transformational financial and spiri [ read more ]
"Sometimes it just takes individuals to help start the mobilization process, and then pretty soon the community has come together and are gath [ read more ]
Zambian families face a harsh reality. High rates of poverty, drought and climate change, and lack of food security—even in rural agricultural areas—o [ read more ]