Read & Pray Around the World
READ: Rev 1 : 1-20
PRAY: This year’s Spring Harvest events ended last week. Many guests have tested the Bible 2020 app for us. Please pray that the feedback we get will help ensure that the app is ready and fully functional for the end of the year.
Latest print version is published for modern Gaelic speakers The Scottish Bible Society is delighted to make the New Testament in the New Gaelic Translation available for purchase. The modern slimline New Testament is the latest product which […]Read More
Since 1919, the Chinese Union Version (CUV) Bible has been a shining light for Christians in China. To mark the centenary of the CUV Bible, a special thanksgiving service and symposium was held in Hongde Church in Shanghai […]Read More
In the midst of all of life’s uncertainties do you find yourself asking ‘to whom should I listen?’ or ‘who should I believe, who should I trust?’ When we are in uncharted waters we long to find something […]Read More
One of the games that young children play at swimming lessons is ‘Wibble Wobble, wibble, wobble jelly on a plate; Wibble Wobble, wibble, wobble jelly off the plate’. They balance together on a large float that the teacher wobbles […]Read More
‘Coorie’ in Winter is dark and cold, but it does give us things that we may miss out on in the lighter summer months. We have opportunities to ‘coorie’, an ancient Scottish word describing a chance to snuggle! […]Read More
Jen Robertson, Children’s Resources Manager for the Scottish Bible Society, shares her approach for developing resources to help children, young people and all ages together to engage with the Bible. For more information about our children’s resources, please contact Jen on 0131 347 9820 or email email@example.com Do you […]Read More
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