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.
A visible Christian presence in every community
Revd Jules Middleton, a curate at Trinity Church, Lewes, talks about walking in prayer around her community.
Building a safe space for refugees
Fawaz Alghofari, a Muslim working to help Syrian refugees integrate into society, reveals how a church in Leeds has opened its doors to provide space for them to meet together.
Buying a bus instead of a house
Emily Finch, a youth and community worker from York, speaks about how she decided to buy a double decker bus with the savings her parents put aside for her, to run detached youth work for churches.
Caring for those who risk their lives for our country
Commander Rich Hutchings, captain of HMS St Albans, explains the role of Revd Eddie Wills, the 'Bish' or Chaplain onboard the ship.
Combating loneliness one cake at a time
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.
Creating the sound of the church
Geoff McMahon, a freelance organ designer who lives in St Albans, explains how he learnt the trade using traditional methods but now uses CAD (computer-aided design) in his work.
Declaring faith in the presence of friends
Joyce Lucas, a college student, talks about her decision to get baptised after going to Soul Survivor, an annual Christian youth conference.
Discovering God at a beer festival
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.
Drawing on faith in the workplace
Elizabeth Podd, deputy director of commissioning at Mid Essex Hospitals, speaks about how she draws on her faith in the workplace.
Faith in a Gin Distillery
Felicity Hall, Financial Director at Gin Distillery Bramley and Gage, receives a visit from Bishop Robert Springett who came to her work place to find out how she lives out her vocation.