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Pass It On: children's resource

We invited five great storytellers to each choose a story from one of the greatest collections ever known: the Bible.

Exhibition held of dramatic asylum seeker photos

An exhibition of photographs showing the work of the Bible Society among asylum seekers in Austria is to be held in Vienna.

BBC Director urges filmmakers to ‘Enter The Pitch’

Filmmakers who have reached the final 20 of the Pitch film competition attended a talk in London led by Anna Cox, Producer and Director at the BBC.

Bible Bedtime apps

Bring the Bible to life for your children with our free Bible Bedtime apps. Plus personalise the illustrations to make the stories even more fun!

Feeding the 5,000 at the front

It’s not surprising that Pte Wilf Kreibich’s tattered, khaki New Testament which he had with him during the whole of WW1 falls open at Matthew 14: the feeding of the 5,000.

Survey reveals people confuse Bible Nativity with traditional misconceptions

A nationwide poll by Bible Society reveals people are unable to spot the traditional Bible story from popular misconceptions, with just 1% of adults correctly identifying that the Bible doesn’t say that Jesus was born in a stable.

After 25 years the Wintershall Nativity grows ever more popular

The Wintershall Nativity started 25 years ago, in Surrey, on an estate of that name. For the last few days it has been performing to audiences who have come from across the country; but not only are there numerous performances at Holly Barn on the Es...

The most read book is the New Testament

If you want to know what the Bible really meant to soldiers at the front, you have to ask someone who was there. That person is the Revd Col John Esslemont Adams.

Cornish Bible app brings God to the beaches

It’s taken six translators more than 20 years, but today, Cornwall’s 532,300-strong population can read the Bible online. Or at least, part of it.

The man who stayed with the troops at the front

Woodbine Willie was one of the best-loved chaplains of World War 1. His real name was Father Geoffrey Studdert Kennedy. In 1914 he was vicar of St Paul’s Church in Worcester. He was known as a high churchman who ‘loved ritual as an aid to worship...

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