Just like some of the biggest characters in the Bible, we can get through difficult times with God by our side. Because His Word promises us that through His son Jesus, we will find strength (see Philippians 4:12-13 NLT).
During this pandemic, it’s felt like the enemy is trying to rob us: we can’t go to church; we can’t have in-person fellowship; we can’t go out where and when we like; and we can’t even give someone a hug.
BUT there is STILL hope in Jesus, and UCB exists to share this hope with millions of people throughout the UK via UCB Radio, the UCB Word For Today (a daily Bible devotional), UCB Prayerline, and so much more. Every ministry resource that UCB puts out is another opportunity to remind people that the Word of God can bring them peace and get them through the day.
UCB relies on the generosity of readers, listeners and viewers like you, so when you give a gift, you’re making a huge difference by keeping these ministry resources going! It costs just 80p to print and post a copy of the UCB Word For Today – but imagine what your gift could do!
We know that times are difficult in light of the pandemic, but if you’re able, will you join UCB in spreading hope right now?
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