Discover a brand new way to share your faith. UCB launches a new free resource, ‘Ask Me’.

Discover a brand new way to share your faith.  UCB launches a new free resource, ‘Ask Me’.

United Christian Broadcasters (UCB) has launched a new free resource, ‘Ask Me,’ to help people share their faith in a brand new way.

The Ask Me kit is a 6-week programme which includes weekly emails from national evangelist Mark Greenwood, giving practical advice and support on how to share a testimony.  The kit also includes a wristband, two pin badges and pop up card – all with the question, ‘Ask me?’

“We’re so excited about the possibilities of the Ask Me campaign,” said Sheron Ferguson, UCB’s Director of Communications.  “We believe it could take the fear factor out of sharing your faith, for many Christians in the UK and enable people to start some genuine and meaningful conversations.  As believers we all have a story to tell, but we don’t always have the right words.  Our hope is that Ask Me will be a great new way to get UK Christians sharing their faith”.

Ask Me is available free of charge at www.ucb.co.uk/askme (postage and packing costs apply).

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  1. United Christian Broadcasters is a Christian media charity, with two national radio stations available on DAB radio and via UCB Player.   Check ucb.co.uk/dab for DAB coverage in your area
  2. UCB provides thought-provoking, life-changing resources to churches, Christians and people seeking a better understanding of the Christian faith, currently reaching more than a million people across the UK and Ireland every quarter.