Read & Pray Around the World
READ: 1Sam 17 : 55-58, 1Sam 18 : 1-16
PRAY: Because of HIV/AIDS, many children are growing up in Swaziland without parental guidance and are vulnerable to poverty. Please pray for the Bible Society in Swaziland as they provide Bibles and Bible based life skills training for children in difficult circumstances.
Last July, Burkina Faso’s Birifor speakers, an indigenous people in the south-west of the country, were delighted at the news that work to translate the Bible into their language was restarting after halting several years ago due to […]Read More
Scotland and Malawi have shared a long friendship, famously dating back to David Linvingstone, one of Scotland’s best-known explorers and Christian missionaries. Last year, we commenced a multi-year partnership to support the Bible Society of Malawi. Clapperton Mayuni, […]Read More
Every year in the Philippines, National Bible Week is backed by Presidential Proclamations, which recognises the Bible as a good guide to moral living that is essential to nation building. Last month incumbent President Rodrigo Duterte officially declared January […]Read More
We live in turbulent times. Internationally, there is tension between the United States and Russia over the recent bombing in Syria and talk of war in the Korean peninsula. Domestically, we’ve now added a snap general election to […]Read More
On Palm Sunday a congregation near Glasgow started their morning worship in one building and ended it in another. They left the old for the new. A minibus had been arranged to transport the older folk the 500 […]Read More
During Lent, many people choose to give something up for the six-week period leading up to Easter. It can be chocolate, or coffee, or meat – any of life’s little luxuries seem to be the “sacrifice” that is […]Read More
We live in politically uncertain times, or so the media would have us believe. Election results are unpredictable or almost too close to call and once robust political institutions are struggling to respond to the challenges of a […]Read More
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