These short stories are just some examples of the way Christian's live out their faith in their lives. If you have a story you'd like to share, please get in contact with us so we can help tell your story.
Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin was the chaplain to the speaker of the House of Commons. Part of her roles included leading prayers that take place in the Commons every day before business starts.
Richard Gascoyne, treasurer at St Mary's Holywell, is involved in looking after the church building and making sure it's fit for use by the local community.
Patricia Stares had been out of work until she came across The Thomas Project in Walsall. She realised it was a place that wanted to build a community and look after one another.
Okiem, a pianist and composer, talks about his pastoral relationship with Revd Peterson Feital who is a minister to the creative industries in London and runs The Haven + London.
Margaret Extance, a volunteer at Christ Church Bayston Hill, helped to set up Coffee in The Living Room - a weekly village coffee morning held at the church.
Ludovic Claude, an impact investment banker, speaks about joining the Community of St Anselm which is a monastic style community set up by the Archbishop of Canterbury for young Christians.
Kenny Thrower, a security worker in Hull, talks about how he started going to church after they hosted a real ale festival. He was interested in the singing and found the community that existed welcoming.
Revd Jules Middleton, a curate at Trinity Church, Lewes, talks about walking in prayer around her community.
Judith Jones, one of over 600 volunters at Lincoln Cathedral, works as a guide showing people all around the building. She is passionate about sharing the historical aspects of the cathedral with visitors.
Joyce Lucas, a college student, talks about her decision to get baptised after going to Soul Survivor, an annual Christian youth conference.