God's Grace for the New Year

Linda Green | Dec 26, 2023

A New Year is upon us and, for many, it’s a time to make some resolutions. While often these include things such as losing weight or exercising more, many of us recognise our need to be more consistent in Bible meditation, in exercising greater patience with our children, or in volunteering more at church or school. In other words, we set goals to help us accomplish things we know we haven’t been doing very well. While this exercise can help us reflect on ways we might grow in loving God and others, we must beware of focusing on all the things we “should” be doing, while failing to remember all that Christ has done on our behalf. The emphasis then becomes about what I need to do, (in my own strength and wisdom), rather than gratefully acknowledging the gospel grace that is ours through our Saviour Jesus Christ.... continue reading

Seeking Patience for This Busy Season

Sinclair Ferguson | Dec 21, 2023

The Christmas season will present plenty of opportunities to test our patience. In this devotional from Love Came Down at Christmas, Sinclair Ferguson helps us see how we should respond–as Jesus would.... continue reading

Glory to God in the Lowest

David Mathis | Dec 7, 2023

David Mathis unpacks the angels' appearance to the shepherds from Luke 2, and calls us to wonder at it with them. Extract taken from his day 7 devotion from The Christmas We Didn't Expect.... continue reading

Bestsellers of 2023

Avery Powers | Dec 3, 2023

It’s that time of year again! We loved spending 2023 poring over God’s Word with you. To celebrate, here’s a list of your favourite books of the year (also known as our bestsellers). 

Take a look, and maybe pick out a few for your Christmas list!... continue reading

Day 1 Devotion from the Advent of Glory

R C Sproul | Nov 30, 2023

There’s still time to get hold of your advent devotional. Get started with this Day 1 devotion from The Advent of Glory by R.C Sproul.... continue reading

New Book-Reviewers to Follow in 2024

Abigail Talbott | Nov 28, 2023

We’re looking forward to continuing to partner with book reviewers from all around the world, and to receiving their valuable and honest feedback. If you’re looking for new reads, we think you might enjoy giving them a follow, too.

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Staff Picks: What We Loved Reading in 2023

Avery Powers | Nov 21, 2023

We at TGBC have read dozens of books in the last 12 months, and we’re here to share the ones that made us laugh, cry, and think. Here are the books, both secular and Christian, that our staff loved reading the most.... continue reading

Help! What Am I Going to Buy Them for Christmas?

Bethany Davies | Nov 16, 2023

It’s time to figure out what to buy for all of our loved ones. Unless of course you’re super organised and have your gifts wrapped and ready! But if you’re not yet sorted, and quite frankly have no idea where to start, allow us to help you. ... continue reading

Living Under the Weight of the World

R C Sproul | Nov 14, 2023

Sometimes it’s like we bear the world on our shoulders, and we can’t see how we can ever be free. But Isaiah’s famous prophecy reminds us whose shoulders the burden of the world is actually on.... continue reading

Introducing Sunday School Lessons to Accompany Our Bestselling Kids Book

Alexa Burstow | Nov 7, 2023

This collection of resources, based on the bestselling storybook, is a favourite for kids and their families—and it’s a great way of teaching children the Christmas story. Read on for details of all our resources based on The Christmas Promise. ... continue reading

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