Journalist Hazel Southam reflects of the experience of reporting on the dramatic depiction of Jesus' miracles, trials and death.
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.
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.
Thought the wilderness was just a place of desolation? Think again. Paula Gooder reflects on the ‘great and terrible’ nature of the wilderness.
With China’s Cultural Revolution in 1966, came an end to religious freedom. The Bible was banned. But now it's one of China's bestsellers.
Lent can, if we let it, summon us from the safe harbours of our lives into a wide expanse of existence. Are you ready to journey into the wilderness this Lent?
Running Bible Society in Pakistan is a risky business, but it doesn't stop Anthony Lamuel. Find out how he's sharing God's work and strengthening the Church in a place where Christians are a persecuted minority.
From a life of witchcraft and crime to a relationship with Jesus thanks to the Good Samaritan programme.
Many youth are growing up without education, opportunities or hope for their future. Here are six ways we're reaching out to Africa's young people to help them build a future...
In December, we asked you to pray for our team member in Aleppo, who have been faithfully serving the people of Syria despite constant danger. Thanks for your prayers! We're happy to say we have good news from Syria.
The new year welcomes the launch of ‘Byw y Beibl’ (Live the Bible), a new campaign by Bible Society Wales, Y Cyngor Ysgolion Sul (The Sunday School’s Council) and Gobaith i Gymru (Hope for Wales) to encourage reading the Bible in Welsh.