Release Potential works with young people, students and youth workers to engage with the story of pain, passion and grace experienced by persecuted Christians today
Uncover and explore some of the issues surrounding persecution and what following Jesus costs.
These six sessions have been written for Christian youth groups and CU’s
Welcome to Release Potential
Release Potential is the young adults (18-30’s) ministry of Release International; a charity that supports persecuted Christians around the world.
Release Potential aims to inspire and challenge creative young Christians based in the UK and Ireland to engage passionately and practically with the issue of persecution.
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Our sister Fikadu has died in an Eritrean prison camp within three months of her arrest. Her three children do not have their father to care for them either: he was detained with Fikadu, along with every single member of their church, as our partners working in...read more
I’m sure everyone has done it… You go into your kitchen thirsting for a drink and after realising there’s no juice, you have to go for the second best option – squash (gutted!). But because your mind was set on juice even before you got to the kitchen, you pour the...
Hey guys! My name is Rachel, I'm 18 years old, and I’ve been a committed Christian for 7 years. Quick background information... I was born into a strong Christian family; I basically grew up spending most my time in church. I've always known God was real, and that he...
Laura keeps the Release Potential team grounded and has a wealth of expertise! She has joined us this year and we are excited about her passion and her dedication to her brothers and sisters who are persecuted for their faith.
Lola is passionate about young people and equipping them to reach their full potential through the power of the gospel! She wants to empower and equip students, young people and youth workers with practical and creative ways of raising awareness about persecuted believers around the world.
Carina loves a good story. She is an ordinary girl who likes to tell extraordinary stories of encouragement and animated stories of how God is on the move through His people. She loves to hear from young people, both UK and abroad, who have their own unique stories unfolding.