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Wrapped in the words of God in China

Wrapped in the words of God in China

Trained minister Zhou Yaqin explains why more books and resources are needed at Bible training centres in China and thanks Bible Society supporters for their generosity in tackling the shortfall.

Pilgrimage site garden is a place of ‘encounter with the scriptures’

Pilgrimage site garden is a place of ‘encounter with the scriptures’

Locals gathered at St Margaret’s Church in Binsey, Oxfordshire, to create a Psalm 23-inspired garden.

The power of prayer in the Gulf

The power of prayer in the Gulf

Migrants who live and work in dreadful conditions in the Gulf are turning to the Bible for hope. Bible Society is training pastors to help them.

We’re thrilled to be at the Eisteddfod!

We’re thrilled to be at the Eisteddfod!

Bible Society is thrilled to have sponsored a Psalm 23-inspired garden at the National Eisteddfod.

Chains fall off, hearts are set free

Chains fall off, hearts are set free

Prison chaplain Dominic Dring thanks Bible Society supporters whose kind giving is enabling the gospel to spread so dramatically through prisons in England and Wales.

The sermon that triggered Boris Johnson's resignation

The sermon that triggered Boris Johnson's resignation

The National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast set off a political earthquake.

‘We’ll listen to the Bible as we garden’

‘We’ll listen to the Bible as we garden’

An elderly couple in a village just north of Kharkiv were delighted to receive an audio Bible recently. ‘We’ll listen to the Bible as we work in our vegetable garden preparing for winter,’ they said.

The long read: ‘We lost everything, but we found God’

The long read: ‘We lost everything, but we found God’

What happens when you give money for someone to have a Bible? It helps people and changes lives. This is Andriy and Yana’s story.

James Whitney kick-starts Bike for Bibles 2022

James Whitney kick-starts Bike for Bibles 2022

Our first rider for 2022 is James Whitney, who completed his ride in February! This wasn’t the ideal time to be riding close to 200 miles, and James was often caught in some miserable weather.

Bible story dramatisations thrill children in Ghanaian schools

Bible story dramatisations thrill children in Ghanaian schools

Children are thrilled to attend Open the Book Bible dramatisations in Ghana.

Gardening teaches us how to relate to others, summit told

Gardening teaches us how to relate to others, summit told

In a moving end to the Gather Movement Summit, Dr Natan Mladin from Theos, actor Cathy Morling and Dr Girma Bishaw of the Gratitude Initiative, spoke of how we can all be gardeners in the way we live out our Christian life.

‘Seek and pray’ for God, justice and flourishing says Paul Williams

‘Seek and pray’ for God, justice and flourishing says Paul Williams

Seeking God, his justice, and the flourishing of our communities should lie at the heart of our lives as Christians. Prayer is the central way that we seek it. That was the message today from Paul Williams, at the Gather Movement Summit.

Confidence in the Bible could change Britain

Confidence in the Bible could change Britain

Confidence in the Bible could ‘spring clean the country’ said Dr Andrew Ollerton today.

Andy Burnham: ‘everyday support’ needs to come from churches and charities

Andy Burnham: ‘everyday support’ needs to come from churches and charities

Churches and community groups need to provide ‘everyday support’ for people as they await help from either the health service, mental health or other government service, said Andy Burnham yesterday.

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