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Are Harvest Festivals biblical?

Are Harvest Festivals biblical?

Through September and October churches of most denominations have a Harvest Festival. The modern harvest festival developed over time, drawing on biblical themes and local traditions.

Bible-based teaching crucial for pastors in the Gulf region

Bible-based teaching crucial for pastors in the Gulf region

Pastors such as James in the Gulf are so grateful for your support, which enables them to delve deeper into the Bible and impart their knowledge to more migrant workers in the region.

Vote for us in the BBC’s People’s Choice Awards

Vote for us in the BBC’s People’s Choice Awards

If you’ve loved seeing the Psalm 23 Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this week, do please vote for us in the BBC’s People’s Choice Awards.

9,000 Scriptures provided to Beirut families after deadly blast

9,000 Scriptures provided to Beirut families after deadly blast

Bible Society supporters have helped provide almost 9,000 Bibles or Scripture portions to families who have been rebuilding their lives since the deadly chemical blast that left Beirut looking like a war zone.

Bible Society is pleased to be partnering with Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer

Bible Society is pleased to be partnering with Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer

Backed by leaders from Anglican, Catholic, Nonconformist and Pentecostal Churches, Eternal Wall is a visionary piece of public art aimed at pointing people to Jesus.

Chinese student embraces Bible school rather than a secure business career

Chinese student embraces Bible school rather than a secure business career

Ning, a 23-year-old student in China, was about to opt for security through money over God’s call, but then she entered Bible school and saw the bigger picture.

God’s seeds sown in Niger need special care

God’s seeds sown in Niger need special care

Hama Yaye, who leads our team in Niger, gives an extraordinary eyewitness account of the Bible mission that Bible Society supporters are making possible in one of Africa’s toughest places.

Chadians hope first full Bible translation will help bring peace

Chadians hope first full Bible translation will help bring peace

The very first full Bible in Chadian Arabic – the lingua franca used by more than 60 per cent of the population of Chad – has been launched, just a few weeks after the country’s president was killed.

From the bottom of the bottle to the pulpit in China

From the bottom of the bottle to the pulpit in China

The story of Sun Liujun, who swapped partying for the pulpit in China.

Uganda jumps aboard Bible storytelling programme for schools

Uganda jumps aboard Bible storytelling programme for schools

Uganda is the latest African country to join our expanding Open the Book programme that takes Bible storytelling into schools.

Olympic glory: three Bible lessons from the Games

Olympic glory: three Bible lessons from the Games

Today sees the beginning of the greatest sporting spectacle on earth. It's sadly diminished from what it might have been, because of the shortage of spectators and a deep uneasiness about the potential for the spread of the coronavirus – but stil...

Six-fold jump in teenagers engaging with Scripture in Egypt through Bible quiz

Six-fold jump in teenagers engaging with Scripture in Egypt through Bible quiz

A Bible competition is reaching six times as many teenagers in Egypt this year.

New 4x4 vehicle means more Bibles for more people in Niger

New 4x4 vehicle means more Bibles for more people in Niger

A new 4x4 vehicle means more Bibles for more people in Niger.

Entering the ministry in China: the threat of cults

Entering the ministry in China: the threat of cults

When churches in China were forced to shut their doors during the pandemic, cult groups used the internet to try and lure people away from the truth.

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