‘The Word of God is Alive and Active’



‘The word of God is alive and active!’ (Hebrews 4:12 NIV). UCB exists to share God’s living Word with as many people as possible, through UCB Radio, the UCB Word For Today, UCB Prayerline and much more.

How can words be alive? It doesn’t seem to make sense at first, but this is exactly what Hebrews 4:12 tells us.

When God’s Spirit touches His Word, what we read in the Bible becomes a living, breathing, powerful message to help us find truth in our lives! Each word jumps off the page to speak to us, just as if God was there in person with us. A dead history book couldn’t do that but the living Word of God can.

You can partner with UCB today to help bring the ‘Alive and Active’ word of God to hundreds of thousands of people though the UCB Radio, UCB Word for Today and UCB Prayerline..


Your gift can help us reach even more people with God’s living Word. Please complete the form on the right or call 01782 911 000. Thank you.

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‘UCB has been a great resource in my life …I remember when I was at university, I was living alone, just left home… and no one was there, but UCB was there… it really made me feel like someone was there for me.’ Linda

‘I might of gone off the rails after school …a friend of mine said have you ever listened to this? I listened to the one song… and I just fell in love, and there’s now no other station that I listen to…it’s made a big change in my life.’ Driaan

‘On almost a daily basis I put on UCB Radio in my kitchen as I go about caring for my family's needs. For me listening to UCB is like having a good Christian friend who encourages my faith, reminds me to turn to Jesus in all things and gives me opportunity to worship Him. It is an anchoring moment in my day, often helping me to re-align my thoughts, hopes and plans according to the Bible and God's desires for me.’ Breeze