The most authentic stories of Christian hope in the 21st Century come from the experiences of ‘ordinary’ people living ‘ordinary’ lives. In this engaging book by compiled by John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, 20 people with everyday lives, families and jobs explain how their faith gave them hope in the darkest moments. Some of these people have found strength through faith in the face of terrible circumstances, including terminal illness, drug addiction, depression and temptation to suicide. 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. The book is the ideal companion to the bestselling John Sentamu’s Faith Stories.