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.

One thing in common 5 of 5: Ken Costa

Former UBS vice-chairman and chairman of Lazard International, Ken Costa’s career in investment banking spans over 30 years. He is Gresham Professor of Commerce in the City of London. He is also chairman of Alpha International, and was recently appointed head of the St Paul’s Initiative, addressing concerns about capitalism. He reads the Bible every morning at breakfast.