1 Corinthians 13 in the Bible, is sometimes referred to as the ‘Love chapter’.

It’s often read at weddings to help explain what real love looks like. The best model for love, is the love that God shows us.

God’s love for us is sacrificial, it’s selfless and it’s incredibly extravagant.

As believers, we’ve experienced it ourselves through the death of Jesus. That’s the ultimate expression of real, incredible love: that God would give up his own life, in order to save us.

UCB is a charity, here to help as many people as possible find ‘trust’, ‘hope’ and ‘love’ in God each day.

We simply couldn’t reach as many people without the generosity of readers, listeners and viewers like you.

Will you help us to share God’s extravagant love today, with people who really need to hear and experience it for themselves?

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We can deliver life-changing content.

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We can impact lives like Henry’s.

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‘Fourteen years ago someone gave me the UCB Word For Today, which helped with my faith…in lots of ways. The last five years have been very hard for me after losing my son, who hanged himself; then the following year my mum passed away, and the year after, my ex-wife was killed. Some of my friends asked me what is keeping me going. My answer was and is my faith. I pray and thank God for helping me and I thank God for the UCB Word For Today.’

Henry. A reader of UCB's Word For Today.