‘The Bible is full of hundreds of stories, whether these are the testimonies of the great prophets, the parables told by Jesus, or eyewitness accounts of what was happening to everyday people. Each story is there for a purpose and many contain eternal, unchanging truths.

Each of us has a story to tell, and that story can, in turn, encourage and inspire others.

When you tell your story, people listen. One of the reasons I believe UCB Radio is so powerful is that it is a way of sharing powerful, life-changing stories across the whole of the UK. And those stories don’t just relate to the storyteller, they also make such a difference to those who hear them.’

- Bob Gass, author of the UCB Word For Today and long-standing partner of UCB

UCB is a charity and we depend on the generosity of our listeners, readers and viewers. By giving £20 you can reach and impact around 25 people through the UCB Word For Today. However you wish to support UCB, every gift really does make a difference.


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Why regular donations?

A regular income is essential. It means…

We can plan ahead

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.

Producing and maintaining our UCB TV player app.

We can deliver life-changing content.

For UCB TV: filming amazing documentaries and testimonies, new shows and films like Cross Purposes, Facing the Canon, Jovis.

For UCB Radio: recording special programmes like our live broadcast from the Hillsong Summer Conference

We can broadcast live from some of the biggest Christian events in the UK, like Big Church Day Out, One Event, Hillsong Colour conference and Mission Worship.

We can impact lives like Sid's.

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‘One night, Neil gave me a CD with a man singing a song from Psalm 23 and as I sat there, alone in the factory, I raised my hands and I was crying. I knew that God was speaking to me, and I knew that if I asked for forgiveness, God would set me free and He would heal me of all my pain. That was the day I stopped running from God and since then, I have not looked back. Today, I am working with the Christian motorcyclist Association. I can’t say how thankful I am to God for all that He’s done in my life. He’s fixed my hurt and pain, He’s stopped me from running and He’s given me hope. In my life, God has worked through so many different means: through Neil, through the bikers, through the Word For Today and through everyone who prayed for me.’

Sid. A UCB reader.