The most authentic stories of Christian faith in the 21st Century come from the experiences of 'ordinary' people living 'ordinary' lives. In this unique book by compiled by John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, 20 people with everyday lives, families and jobs explain what their faith means to them and how it makes an extra-ordinary difference. Some of these people face up to difficult personal circumstances on a daily basis - such as the widowed mother of two young boys, or the former soldier whose fellow soldiers were killed - others work for social justice in their local communities or use their unique gifts to communicate the good news of the gospel. All stories are inspiring demonstrations of Christian faith in everyday action. Sentamu has written a personal introduction to each story and to the book as a whole. Includes a photo of each subject.