Whatever mountains – or giants - we are facing in our lives, our mighty God can help us defeat them.

These giants can be obliterated in an instant, or overcome slowly but just as powerfully.

During the UCB Appeal, we are celebrating the many ways God is helping people to conquer their own giant right now.

Together, let’s spend time in the presence of God, rejoice in real-life stories of lives changed, and pray for a complete spiritual breakthrough in the UK.

As a charity, UCB relies on the generosity of readers, listeners and viewers like you.

We simply couldn’t reach as many people with God’s Word without your generous giving. Thank you for your support.


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A regular income is essential. It means…

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We can cover essential ongoing costs.

Broadcasting our two UK-wide digital Radio stations UCB1 and UCB2.

Sharing the UCB Word For Today through radio, print and online.

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We can deliver life-changing content, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

We can help people like Melissa overcome their giant.

If you already give regularly and would like to increase your gift, please call our Supporter Care team on 0845 60 40 401. Thank you.

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‘My parents were told that I would not live beyond twelve years of age – I am now fifty one! When I was a young child, a lady from my Mum’s church…prayed for me and laid hands on me and, after that, I gradually became stronger…until there is now absolutely no trace of the disease and I have been completely healed. Hallelujah!...I love to pray, and I even pray while I am driving to work…while listening to the breakfast show on UCB. I turn the songs up really loud, and as I am singing and praying and driving along…I am always reminded of the awesome gift of life that the Lord has given me.’'


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