Do Something / Show. Tell. Change.

Four video-based sessions to help you journey with your persecuted family

Show. Tell. Change.

Four video-based sessions to help you journey with your persecuted family

Want a to start some different, relaxed and open discussion with your mates, youth/student group or church about following Jesus? Try our new short and simple video based sessions: ‘Show. Tell. Change.’

We’ve put together four quality videos with friends like Beth Croft (Soul Survivor), Jasper Rutherford (Summer Madness), Krish Kandiah (LBC/Home For Good) and Miriam Swaffield (Fusion) looking at some key areas of our faith. These short videos are all inspired by stories of persecuted Christians, and all seek to challenge, develop and grow our own relationship with Jesus.

We know there is no doubt that our brothers and sisters in the persecuted church depend on our prayers, actions and generosity. But our comfortable western Christianity could also do with being challenged by stc_image_250the sold-out nature of their faith. And that’s why we’ve created these sessions; to stand with our persecuted family, and to be changed in the process.

Free downloadable session guide

You can watch the videos below – but to grab our free downloadable guide just fill out the form on the right. Once you’ve submitted the form you’ll be able to download the session guide. We’ll also keep in touch with you via email (one a month) and post (three times a year) with other ways that you can support your persecuted family*.

The videos

1. Worship: Beth Croft (Soul Survivor)

3. Joy: Jasper Rutherford (Summer Madness)

2. Family: Krish Kandiah (LBC/Home For Good)

4. Boldness: Miriam Swaffield (Fusion)

*You can un-subscribe from these at any time. Just email with your request.

Download your free ‘Show. Tell. Change’ session guide!

  • Fill out the form below to download our free 'Show. Tell. Change' session guide. We'll also send you monthly emails and (if you're in the UK) our mini mag, The Cost, in the post (sent three times a year).

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imprisoned, falsely accused, and hated simply for following Jesus.