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Should poorer families have their debts written off?

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Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham

Re-set the Debt is a campaign calling for the Chancellor to create a fund to write off the debts of the UK’s poorest families. It is fronted by 4 of the UKs main church denominations – The Methodist Church, The Baptist Union, Church of Scotland and The United Reform Church, alongside Church Action on Poverty. The Vice President of the Methodist Conference, Carolyn Lawrence told Esther Higham more about the campaign. 

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Making church easier for the sight impaired

Inspirational Breakfast with Esther Higham How easy would it be to learn a new song at church if you couldn't see? Would it be difficult to make new friends or just to find your way around the church? On World Sight Day, (Thursday October 8th) Esther Higham spoke to Matthew Horspool from the Christian sight loss charity, Torch Trust, about what churches can do to make things easier for the visually […]

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