Read & Pray Around the World
READ: Acts 25 : 23-27
PRAY: This year’s World Day of Prayer service has been planned by women from the Bahamas. The theme ‘Do you know what I have done to you?’ (John 13: 12) challenges us to show the same unconditional love for others as Jesus did.
A recent coffee with a church pastor raised an issue faced by many churches, “How can I encourage my church to read the Bible?” The conversation identified familiar trends: our churches value the Bible, but many people do… READ MORE
January 4 is World Braille Day. To mark the occasion, we’re looking at some facts about Braille Bibles that you perhaps did not know! The vast majority of the world’s 285 million people with visual impairments live in… READ MORE
Over the space of 100 days, six men, women and children were murdered every minute, of every hour of every day. An estimated 1,000,000 people lost their lives, often at the hands of those they would have called… READ MORE
The Christmas story of the birth of our Saviour has so many twists and turns. I hope you are enjoying reflecting on it again this year as you hear it read and spoken of in church and in… READ MORE
Who can ever know the depth of human suffering except those who are currently living within it? In these last weeks, as a nation we have remembered the lost in World War One. Surely the poppy field of… READ MORE
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