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LIFE TRANSITIONS


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As Christians meet and get to know people in their communities through social action, what might become apparent are the change of circumstances that people are journeying through. This may be caused by family breakdown, loss of a job, death of a loved one, etc. It may be several of these factors combined together.

People in such circumstances are in a state of ‘unexpected’, often painful transition from an old phase of life that has ended, towards a new phase that is beginning. Handling the perceived and real stress caused by such events may be difficult for many – we all have a different capacity to handle change.

In this Deeper Look article, we take a look at transitions and it is our hope that this gives you a deeper understanding of the effects of change and how you might approach helping people in their journey towards the new.

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Investing more for the common good. The responses to the 3rd biennial National Church and Social Action Survey in 2014 indicate that 1.1 -1.4 million volunteers participated in church-based social action in the UK in 2014, touching millions of people
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An Inquiry was set up by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger and Food Poverty in April 2014 with the financial support from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Charitable Trust. They wanted to understand, among other things, the extent and geographic
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