One thing in common: Michael Farmer

Michael has over 40 years of metals trading experience in the City. In 1989 he formed a company which became the world’s largest trader in copper and nickel. In 2004 he founded Red Kite Capital Management with $1.3 billion of assets under management and which last year topped Bloomberg’s league of global midsize hedge funds. For the first half of his life he didn’t give God much of a thought, but that all changed one night when he was 35.

One thing in common: Yvonne Edwards

To all appearances Yvonne was living the dream: beautiful home, lovely husband, cars, money, friends. The shop window looked great, but secretly she was a chronic alcoholic, depressed, suicidal. Then one bank holiday weekend she found herself in hospital, opened a Bible, and her life was dramatically transformed.