Read & Pray Around the World
READ: Exod 32 : 15-24
PRAY: Elaine Duncan is attending a meeting of the Board of Essential Christian (formerly Memralife) today in East Sussex. Pray for a fruitful meeting.
A time to celebrate On 5th August 2017, over 2500 people came together in the town of San Cristobal Varapaz in central Guatemala for the official launch of the Poqomchi Bible with Deuterocanon. For the 70,000 Poqomchi people […]Read More
The Lord is near to those who are discouraged; he saves those who have lost all hope. Psalm 34:18 GNB Emotional trauma impacts more than one in seven people worldwide. In the aftermath of human tragedy — war, […]Read More
The Kalenjin are an ethnic group from the Nile Valley region of Kenya. According to the last Kenyan census in 2009, there are around 4.9 million Kalenjin people, the third highest ethnic group in the country. Now, because […]Read More
Literacy and the Bible Today is International Literacy Day. UNESCO first started this worldwide enterprise on 8th September 1965, aiming to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. Why is it so important for the […]Read More
Our guest contributor this month is Alastair Duncan, Transition Minister at St George’s Tron in Glasgow. In this blog he talks about the importance of refugees in Scotland, using the Biblical example of Joseph, a foreigner in a […]Read More
In the first of a two-part blog, our Bible Advocacy Manager Nick Franks talks about the hopelessness felt after loss. Using the example of Naomi in the book of Ruth, Nick reminds us that God’s providential love is […]Read More
A few weeks ago, three SBS staff members attended a United Bible Societies Induction in Ukraine. Our Head of Bible Engagement, Adrian Armstrong, talks about what he, Rachael and Caroline got up to and the lessons they learned. […]Read More
Foodbanks – feeding Scotland’s neediest ~ Ann Carson is our guest blogger this month. Ann is the Co-ordinator of East Dunbartonshire Foodbank. She is married to Robert and has a son and a daughter. She has been part of Kirkintilloch Baptist […]Read More
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