Throughout November the Huffington Post has published a number of unique features chronicling the remarkable lives of Britons who've taken on their faith to create a force for change.
These have included people like Rabbi Laura Janner Klausner, first female minister to lead a faith group in Britain, Vicky Beeching, Christian rock star, theologian and LGBT activist, Asim Hafiz, first Muslim chaplain for British army, and Leyla Hussain who is a Muslim FGM campaigner, plus many others.
During the month we've also been asking you to tweet us with what faith means to you and how you use it in everyday life.
This Twitter campaign has compiled a unique collection of insightful, personal and touching quotes.
The next stage is your opportunity to tell us about people you know who use their faith in an inspirational way to help others.
Tweet your nominations with the hashtag #HPBeyondBelief and we'll invite them to blog for us to highlight the work they do.
Here are the best from your tweets so far:
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- PROFILE: Lauraa Janner-Klausner, Britain's Only Female Head Of Faith Took On The Religious Establishment, And Won
- PROFILE: Pamela Mhlophe Believes In The Catholic Church As Well As Supporting Sex Workers
- PROFILE:Asim Hafiz Has Never Been In Battle, But He Still Has One Of The Hardest Jobs In The British Military
- PROFILE: Leyla Hussain, The Fearless Campaigner Whose Islamic Faith Spurs Her To Break The Brutal Cycle Of FGM
- PROFILE: Usha Sood, The Trailblazing Hindu Barrister Who Uses Inner Strength To Win Back Abused Women's Dowries
- Where Do The Converted Find Their Fervour? The Different 'Selling Points' Of Faiths
- The Christian Students Giving Religion A 'Tolerance' Makeover
- Huffington Post 'Beyond Belief' Twitter Campaign Is Your Chance To Get Involved #HPBeyondBelief
- Tim Farron: My Faith Doesn't Dictate My Political Position - It Shapes What I Am Passionate About (BLOG)
- Sadiq Khan: My Role in Bridging the Gap Between Britain's Muslims and People of All Other Faiths (BLOG)
- Rabbi Jonathan Romain: The Conversion Merry-Go-Round
- Half Of Brits Say Religion Does More Harm Than Good, And Atheists Can Be Just As Moral