Forum 2:19 – embracing diversity
On 15th June Lifewords exhibited at the 10th anniversary of Forum 2:19 – an English teaching and outreach event in north London.
BCDO 2018: The low-down!
Find out what happened when VerseFirst and 20,000 people headed to Big Church Day Out South over the May bank holiday weekend.
Modern day slavery
With more than 40 million people estimated to be victims worldwide, the Diocese of Rochester will explain what role the church must play.
Live it Out Loud
It's landed! A band new campaign which focuses on practical approaches to living out the Bible.
Say hello to Verdie!
After 18 years meet the newly re-designed face of Pavement Project.
Ninefold Path events in May
This month, NINE BEATS is hosting Mark Scandrette as he talks about the Ninefold Path and the way of Jesus.
Big Church Day Out 2018!
Big Church Day Out turns 10 next month! Join Lifewords and VerseFirst as we head down for all the fun-filled goodness.
Ronaldo* in Rio
UNICEF reveals that 140 million children worldwide are orphans. Four months ago Ronaldo* and his sister Sonia* became part of this number.
Truth to Power
Have you ever read the Bible out loud in a public space? What’s it like? We went to Westminster to find out.
All these women
On the 100th anniversary of (some) women in the UK first receiving the vote, Danielle Welch reflects on the Bible – and all these women.
A new card game designed to help young people take their first steps into Christian life through Bible verses, prayer actions and practices.
A New Generation
A fresh project that gathers musicians, provocateurs, poets, and activists around the ancient Bible sayings known as the beatitudes.
Meet the team behind OUTSIDE/IN to find out how it came about, and why its message is important.
World Children's Day - change in Kenya
Communities all around the world today are celebrating Universal Children's Day.
Bake for Baghdad
Thanks to your support at the Great Pavement Project Bake Off today, we will now be able to fund a new tablet for Pavement Project!
Little Book of Chaos in Manchester
Former British Red Cross worker shares Little Book of Chaos one week after Manchester bombing.
Bringing calm to the chaos
VerseFirst launches new resource Little Book of Chaos to open up conversations with young people about the Bible and mental health.
The Bible and mental health
Recent studies say that 1 in 4 of us will suffer from a mental health disorder at some point in our lives – VerseFirst has more.
Life to the Full
In Kenya, many children find themselves orphaned as a result of HIV/Aids. But this project is helping them choose to hold on to life.
Wildflowers – Stories of flourishing
Lifewords and Luton charity Azalea are bringing local women's stories together with the Bible's life words.
Trauma response in the Middle East
Workers to take Pavement Project to traumatised children fleeing conflict, poverty and danger.
Stop child witch accusations
Danielle Welch reports on the work of SCWA – tackling the issue of child witchcraft accusations around the world.
Refugees in Germany
Frontline Community church in Germany uses An Invitation to reach refugees, and offer new community and welcome to all.
History, Heritage and Faith
What do Dame Judi Dench, Shakespeare's 400th anniversary, and the Bible have in common? Find out here.
100,000 meet the cast
Last year 100,000 people met the cast of the Christmas story, thanks to HOPE, Inspire magazine, and Lifewords!
Celebrating a Vision
After months of prayer and preparation, a new mission and evangelism training centre is up and running.
The worst place to be a child
In a society oppressed by poverty and violence, Pavement Project is helping Christians offer a different future to the children of Guatemala.
As stories about the refugee crisis in Europe fade from news cycles, on the ground the situation remains unchanged. Beth reports on what churches are doing to help.
Broken or Beloved?
Jess Bee talks to young women who have battled with low self-esteem and life-controlling issues. How have the Bible's life words made a difference in their lives?