Back to series

WYSIWYG default value

A recent British Attitudes Survey stated that over half of people in the UK have no religion and that for 18-24’s it is 71% who have no faith. The increasingly secularisation of the values of the country mean that the church seems to face a near impossible task. Many people face personal situations in their lives that seem impossible to change. How can we learn from the early church in Acts and from similar situations in history where God has turned around what seemed impossible. Simon lays out here lessons from a church that had to rely on God to turn around their situation.