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Meet the family behind our popular new kid's book

Sarah Parker | May 28th 2020

Today we wanted to introduce you to the family behind Seek and Find: Old Testament Bible Stories. Sarah Parker, the author, shares how the book came to be… ... continue reading

 

5 people to bless with books as we find a new normal

Bethany McIlrath | May 21st 2020

Here are some ideas for who you could share encouraging, relevant books with during this time.... continue reading

 

Helping you and your Church During the Coronavirus Outbreak: a message from our Commercial Director

James Burstow | March 17th 2020

We understand what a worrying and disruptive time this is for so many. So I want to reassure you that The Good Book Company will strive to do everything we can to keep serving you  and your church families with the resources you need. Here’s what we are doing to make sure we can be here for you. ... continue reading

 

#MeToo and the command that convicts us all

Sam Allberry | March 5th 2020

It’s not often a single tweet seems to explode into an enormous movement. But on October 15, 2017, a Hollywood actress posted a tweet in response to the growing awareness of sexual abuse that was being uncovered in the movie industry. She wrote, If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.... continue reading

 

Euangelion! Day 1 of 'Best News Ever'

Chris Morphew | November 19th 2019

When was the last time you heard a piece of really incredible news? News so huge and awesome and amazing that you were just  bursting to share it?... continue reading

 

5 ways the gospel shapes our approach to sexual abuse

Phillip Bethancourt | July 30th 2019

We need to embrace a clear understanding of how the gospel shapes our approach to sexual abuse in five significant ways.... continue reading

 

9 things you might have missed from The Garden, the Curtain and the Cross

Rachel Jones | March 19th 2019

Here are a few hidden details you can spot as you read it.... continue reading

 

This Lent, even if it’s for the first time, open up your Bible with your children

Ed Drew | February 25th 2019

Parenting is often the story of loving our children enough to muddle through when we don’t really know what we’re doing.... continue reading

 

Your Church Can Own Christmas This Year

Joe Henegan | November 29th 2018

Christmas is upon us. The big adverts are out, the high street/shopping mall is super busy and there are snowflakes on all the food packaging. People are expectant. Can you feel it?... continue reading

 

8 gifts to help 8 people you know encounter Christ this Christmas

Joe Henegan | November 14th 2018

Gifts for the stressed-out Christian, not-yet Christian, drifting Christian and for children of all ages.... continue reading

 
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