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I hid my Bible in a pig sty

What if your Bible smelled of pig’s manure? Would you still want to pick it up and read it? Long Qinmei did. Because it was her one and only Bible and she cherished it so much.

Please DO walk on the grass

How about creating a Psalm 23-inspired community garden? Hazel Southam shows us how it’s done.

Bibles and aid get through to vulnerable people in Iraq

The relief and joy were visible in the woman’s face as the package with food and Scripture was placed into her hands.

Translating the Bible into new languages

Your Rooted subscription supports translation projects around the world and means people can hear God’s word in their own language. This is Pastor Wenfu’s story.

Chinese preachers spurred on to continue Bible mission in the face of virus pandemic

Mu Weixu, a 33-year-old preacher who lives in a mountainous area of Yunnan province, faces many challenges. And that was before the coronavirus outbreak.

In unprecedented times, ‘be strong, and let your heart take courage.’

Thank you for providing the Bible around the world.

This Christmas you can give the greatest gift

Around the world the Bible’s message is changing lives. But the Bible need keeps growing.

Thank You

One Bible at a time, you are changing people’s lives

Evening with Wee Seng

On Thursday 28 September, I was pleased to have the opportunity to meet Wee Seng Kua, the leader of our work in China. It was an informal gathering with drinks and very nice canapés served on arrival.

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 for every 6,700 Christians.

How the Bible went from banned book to bestseller

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.

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.

Translating the Bible into new languages

The Black Yi tribe in China are celebrating their first ever Bible translation. But other communities are still waiting.

Top 12 moments of 2018

We look back on a fantastic year with much to be thankful for.

Give the Bible this Christmas!

2018 has been a life-changing year thanks to the hundreds of thousands of Bibles you’ve helped translate and distribute across the world!

We support Bible Society, so that more people around the world can learn about God’s love by reading his word

Helen and Michael Patten are very committed to Bible Society and are the Chair and Treasurer respectively of the Rye and District Action Group. They are keen to share what they achieve as an encouragement to other groups.

Worries over lack of pastors in Chinese churches

As government advisers, clerics and academics met in Shanghai, China today for a conference on the role of Christianity in the country, a senior church leader has said that he is ‘worried’ by the lack of trained pastors to lead the growing Church.

Bibles for Chinese Christians

In the last 12 months a remarkable one million* people have come to faith in China. That’s equivalent to three people making a commitment to Christ before you even finish reading this page!

Bibles for new Chinese Christians

Millions of people in China are coming to faith, but many cannot afford their own Bible. Help us to provide Bibles for new Christians in China.

Bible Society announces new President, His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos

Bible Society is delighted to welcome His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos, Coptic Orthodox Archbishop of London, as its new President.

Bringing the Bible to life

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