The New Hampshire Bible Society
Putting God’s Word into the hands, heads and hearts of the people of New Hampshire in a form and language they can understand
119:105 Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.
There are ministries and individuals who do not have the means to purchase the Scripture materials they need. Many turn to the NH Bible Society for assistance, many others do not know we are here to help. The NHBS needs your help to answer the call of those who come to us and to get the message out that we are here to serve. Please consider becoming a partner with the NHBS. We provide bibles and other materials to prisons and hospitals: to men, women and children newly arrived to our nation: to soldiers serving this country overseas, and to emerging and growing churches. We do so at no or limited cost to those who carry out these necessary ministries. We never profit financially on these materials.
Christ calls us to serve those who are sick, in prison, and strangers to our land. Not all of us are in a position to answer that call directly but all of us can help those who are on the front lines of delivering the Good News to the “least of these.” You can help by making a donation to the NHBS. By partnering with us, you become a partner with those whose ministries directly benefit our communities and our state. Recovery bibles used in prisons and hospitals lead to healthier lives and lowered rates of recidivism. Bibles in other languages improve self-esteem and help teach the English language as many are printed in parallel languages.
Since our founding in 1812, the NHBS has relied on the generosity of those who believe the Good News of Christ makes a difference in the lives of others and in their own life. We invite you to join with the NHBS in getting the word out about us as we continue to get the Word out about Christ. A donation of any size helps and if that is not possible for you, please consider telling others of the ministries at work with the help of the NHBS and encourage them to use our services. And as always, keep us and our partners in your prayers.
Rev. David A. Richardson
Executive Director, NHBS
Please download an NHBS Daily Bible Reading Guide 2015 DBRG