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Job opportunities at the Bible Reading Fellowship

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BRF is entering an exciting new phase of development and is now recruiting for the following new full-time and part-time roles.

•Communications Officer
•Content Creation Administrator
•Customer Services Coordinator
•Executive Assistant to the CEO
•Fundraising Officer
•Messy Church and Who Let The Dads Out? Administrator
•Publicity and Promotions Officer
•Sales Development Officer

Click the link to find out about these jobs!

New Barnabas for Children titles January – June 2013


More great titles from Barnabas for Children for the first half of this year! So read on to be kept up to date with what is new and coming up…

 Resource ideas for all ages are provided in Sue Langwade’s Let’s Get Together, and if you enjoyed Rona Orme’s Creative Mission back in 2011 then More Creative Mission will enable churches to continue offering engaging community outreach events. Many people have begun to ask what is next for Messy Church… Paul Moore’s Making Disciples in Messy Church shows how Messy Church can be an intentional disciple-making community. And of course Barnabas’ own Martyn Payne shares his experience and skills to help all who explore the Bible with children and families, in Creative Ways to tell a Bible Story. Click on the links to find out more about what is new and coming up soon.

Let’s Get Together!
Creative Ways to tell a Bible Story
Making Disciples in Messy Church
Hanging Out with Jesus
More Creative Mission
Not Sunday, Not School Bible Heroes!

Barnabas Book of the month – Participate!

Participate! is an exciting seven-week programme designed to enable 9-14s to gain the understanding and skills needed to live out their Christian lives within the local church and wider community.

The material takes the approach that young people often find it difficult to establish their identity and role within the local church in the transition between being part of the children’s group and settling in to a youth group. The resource provides practical guidance to help the whole church community think about their shared responsibility towards children aged 9-14 and to be involved in helping young people find their place in the church and community.

Read more on the BRF website here.