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What is government for?

What is government for?

In the second part of our series, Paul Woolley asks what we should actually be expecting of our government.

Giving up everything for the Gospel

Giving up everything for the Gospel

Qingchao, 30, leaves behind her family to train as a pastor in China, where there is currently only one trained minister to 6,700 Christians.

Why does the general election matter?

Why does the general election matter?

As we draw closer to the General Election, Paul Woolley asks: why does it matter and what does the Bible have to say about it?

QUIZ: Who died how? The weirdest deaths in the Bible...

QUIZ: Who died how? The weirdest deaths in the Bible...

The Bible is full of real life stories: births, deaths, marriages – you name it! Take our quiz to see if you can you name which character befell which strange death.

The couple who gave God's word in life and death

The couple who gave God's word in life and death

When Eric and Violet Roulet felt called by God to help translate the Bible for Fulfulde-speakers in Cameroon, Africa, it was a mission that would continue long after their deaths.

Q&A Dai Woolridge – Prayers, Texts and Tears

Q&A Dai Woolridge – Prayers, Texts and Tears

When Dai Woolridge suddenly lost his father to cancer, his response was creative. We caught up with Dai to find out about how this life changing event resulted in creating Prayers, Texts and Tears.

A day in the life

A day in the life

Hazel Southam tells us what life is like for the inhabitants of China's Cloudy Mountains and one woman's wait for the Bible.

Historic Bible created by children from 140 schools

Historic Bible created by children from 140 schools

One hundred and forty schools which helped to create a historic ‘Children’s Codex’ have each received a free copy of the leather-bound book, thanks to our support.

Trials, death and resurrection of Jesus brought to life in Trafalgar Square

Trials, death and resurrection of Jesus brought to life in Trafalgar Square

See the Easter story performed live in Trafalgar Square by the Wintershall Players this Good Friday.

Why I love the Passion play in Trafalgar Square

Why I love the Passion play in Trafalgar Square

Journalist Hazel Southam reflects of the experience of reporting on the dramatic depiction of Jesus' miracles, trials and death.

Five thousand children hear Bible story re-told in song drama and music

Five thousand children hear Bible story re-told in song drama and music

This was Prom Praise for Schools, supported by Bible Society. The children, from 56 primary schools across London and nearby counties, were at the Royal Albert Hall for a unique exploration of the Bible story, The Lost Son.

Why I'm training to be a pastor in China

Why I'm training to be a pastor in China

Xie Rongbin, 28, is training to be a pastor in China, where there is currently only one trained minster to 6,700 Christians. He told us what motivates him and how to avoid writing boring sermons.

QUIZ: Can you name these biblical mums?

QUIZ: Can you name these biblical mums?

On 26 March we'll be celebrating Mothering Sunday. Take our quiz to see if can you name these 10 biblical mums.

The surprising ambiguity of the wilderness

The surprising ambiguity of the wilderness

Thought the wilderness was just a place of desolation? Think again. Paula Gooder reflects on the ‘great and terrible’ nature of the wilderness.

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