In devastating circumstances, mission teams in the Bible Lands are committed to their mission of providing aid, comfort, and spiritual guidance to the people in the region.
The Bible is God’s heart for us, made available on paper, and that’s not boring. But how can we engage children with its teachings and stories when many are thinking, ‘What does something written 2,000 years ago have to do with me?’
Is the Bible really for you? We believe it is. No matter what’s going on with you, the Bible can speak into it. If you’re lonely or sad, or if you’re joyful and excited, the Bible has words just for you.
Last Saturday, Bible Society’s Dai Woolridge was at the Step FWD Awards in Croydon, which recognised his poem ‘The Bible in Four Minutes’ as a song of the year, in the ‘spoken word poetry’ category.
More than a month on from the horrifying attacks by Hamas, Israeli society remains traumatised. With your support, we’re reaching out with God’s love.
Thousands of you have helped to fashion the future of Bible mission by taking this year’s supporter survey. Your insights are crucial to helping us become better.
Bible Society has hosted a significant conference for church leaders and influencers who came together came together to reflect on how to do Bible mission together in a changing world.
The Bible Society office in Gaza has been damaged during an air strike, while in Tel Aviv a rocket fell 100 metres from the Bible Society shop, also causing considerable damage.
Fighting is focused on Gaza, but the effects of the conflict are being felt throughout the Bible Lands. Mission teams based in Jerusalem and Nazareth are responding with Scripture and practical support, and people in this country who are passionate a...
The Chinese Church is now the fastest-growing Church in the UK, according to a new report from Bible Society. It has seen a 28.8 per cent growth in the last two years. The growth is happening largely in Cantonese congregations, boosted by people emig...
Christmas is our annual super-opportunity to get on with the great commission. People are obsessively giving and receiving gifts, but they’re missing the greatest gift of all. This is the moment to show them what that is and introduce people to Jesus.
‘Calming’, ‘serene’ and ‘tranquil’, that’s how children at Romsey Abbey School in Hampshire have described their newly-opened Psalm 23 garden. The school was inspired by Bible Society’s Psalm 23 Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Sho...
The leaders of the Holy Land’s three Bible Society teams are asking for your prayers. Will you pray that they’re able to maintain their amazing Christian witness in a time of war, keeping their eyes fixed on Jesus?