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Prayer for social care dec 2010

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Please take these thoughts into your church - and prayer over them.

Please take these thoughts into your church - and prayer over them.

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  • 1. Prayer
for
Social
Care
–
9th
December
2010

Do
not
fear
bad
news
People
of
God
to
step
up

Protection
for
the
vulnerable
Consequences
of
reducing
preventative
work
Youth
crime
Gangs
Who
else
has
the
skills
to
deal
with
acute
cases
Cease
all
youth
support
activities
Pressure
to
fail
at
home
in
order
to
get
care
Loss
of
parenting
support
Loss
of
good
work
Projects
that
make
a
difference
being
cut
Can’t
see
vulnerable
teenagers
often
enough
Child
protection
reporting
going
up
Won’t
be
able
to
identify
youth
in
need
early
Reduced
funding
for
nursing
homes
Less
housing
benefit
means
care
homes
will
cut
corners
Resilience
theory
–
bounce
back
ability
Drive
to
report
to
social
services,
but
they
are
too
stretched
to
act

Austerity
leading
to
reduced
funding
for
charities
Do
the
voluntary
sector
have
the
skills?
Church
giving
is
going
down
Opportunity
for
the
voluntary
sector

Wisdom
for
decision
makers
Staff
grief,
pain,
loss,
lack
of
sleep
Don’t
like
how
staff
have
been
treated
Pastoral
care
Jobs
deleted
Not
good
practice
to
give
people
notice
on
Fridays
90
day
consultation

Do
the
wider
public
know
about
this,
and
feel
able
to
stand
up
Lobbying
councilors
–
misinformation


Next
Meeting:
8pm
Thursday
13th
January
2011
(change
of
date)