From prison to parenting class
Life is full of challenges and demands but for far too many people, brokenness not wholeness marks their experience. Loneliness, isolation, mental illness, homelessness, poverty and relationship conflict can drive people over the edge and into despair. The message of Easter, though, is that all people can be made new.
People like 25 year-old Natalie, who overcame great adversity to build a better life for her and her son with the help of Wesley Mission’s Mums and Kids Matter program. In this issue of Wesley Impact! news, you can read her story and you’ll also read how our ParentsNext initiative helped Mia, a single mum from Sydney’s South West, fulfil her dream of opening a hairdressing salon after a long period of unemployment. And how our financial literacy program is helping thousands of people regain control over their finances, and their lives.
Wesley Impact! news
Read the latest issue of Wesley Impact! news to learn more about the people we have helped and how their lives have changed.Download Wesley Impact! news Easter 2017
Wesley Mission’s legacy history
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