Redemption is a big word; it is a God word. It’s a word that reveals the very intentions of the Father heart of a God that loves you. To redeem is to “purchase back”, and that is indeed what He did for each of us through His Son, Jesus. He purchased us back to a relationship with Himself, to His own cost and pain.

But when it comes to God’s intentions for us, Redemption is a bigger word than the dictionary could ever define. It can mean so many wonderful things, each revealing God’s heart and intentions for the humanity He created. Things like: restored, healed, made alive or new again; to be forgiven, given a fresh start, rebuilt, given another chance; to mend what was broken, make well what is sick, replace what was stolen, restore what was lost; to have hope restored where hope had gone.

God’s redemptive heart is not just about saving the soul of man, its power can affect the daily life of a person too, whether that be an individual, community or even a nation. It can express its restoring potential in a person’s marriage, health, finances or any other subcategory of life.

Redemption is the heart of God, a God who desires to make “all things new”

So turn your eyes to Christ the Redeemer – not the statue in Rio de Janeiro, but the living God who loves you and has plans that can change the storyline of your life.

Your Stories

Your Stories

Countless stories of redemption are told every day, all over the world. Each story is different, and each story describes how redemption changed the worlds of ordinary, everyday individuals like you and me.

Manifesto

Manifesto

Are you iamredemption? Find out the heartbeat of the iamredemption movement from Pastor Andy Elmes.

Mobilisation

Mobilisation

Resources and articles to empower you for sharing your story of redemption.

Projects

Projects

We stand alongside a number of ministries who are actively persuing redemption in the lives of others, as well as ministries and outreaches that are part of Family Church. Find out about these ministries.

Products

Products

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Submit Your Story

Submit Your Story

Share your story of redemption with us and we’ll post it on this site.

Prayer

Prayer

If you have never asked Jesus into your life, and start your own story of redemption, you can do that now – it’s so easy. We have a prayer for you to pray.