“People were very welcoming and very kind. When we were having the discussions I didn’t feel judged at all. I thought maybe this is the ‘more’ that I am looking for and maybe these are the answers I am searching for.” – Dakoda
“It was a community of people that were non-judgemental, welcoming and caring. I just felt very safe. I quickly realized that I really longed for community.” – Nyki
Maggy is a radio DJ from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Discover what happened when she explored faith on Alpha.
We all explore, every day. Why not take the time to explore life, faith and meaning? Explore more stories, share them with your friends and invite them to join the adventure. Watch the stories
“You put those components in close proximity to each other – community, food, Gospel and Holy Spirit – and you just watch what happens.”- John Mark Comer John Mark Comer, Pastor at Bridgetown Church in Portland, OR shares what he’s been seeing in his church community [...]
This is a true story told by Richard Maxon, an unlikely Alpha guest whose life didn’t just transform… it rippled in ways no one could have predicted. My life was pretty much a blackout. I wasn’t angry. I just loved to get out of control and [...]
“What I’ve been seeing in my school and in teenagers today is a lot of hurt and unanswered questions…” Take a look at how churches in Langley, BC are supporting students as they run Alpha in their communities.
Pastor Jon Thompson from C4 Church in Ajax, Ontario shares his thoughts on relational evangelism and what he’s been seeing in his church community as they continue to run Alpha and invite people into a conversation about life, faith and Jesus.
“I was inclined to think that God was a man-made invention for reassurance and that I was strong enough to succeed on my own.” – Julien Watch his story. Alpha is an opportunity to explore life, faith and God in a friendly, open and informal environment.
We are launching a brand new, totally re-imagined, Alpha Youth Series in 2017! Since the launch of the Alpha Youth Film Series in 2013, it has been run in 49 countries, in 19 languages, in schools, homes, coffee shops and churches—and that’s just [...]