Literature sent Overseas is sent to many countries. BFU normally handles only its own literature and we do not stock new Bibles. BFU does not supply literature in bulk to new readers and normally we only send sample copies for such enquiries.
If readers can send us Bibles and Bible study helps which they no longer need, we will gladly send them to readers who have a need.
Booklets are being reprinted and we hope to have a stock of 'Spirit of Prophecy' and 'The Cup of the Lord' available later this year. These will be followed by reprinting 'Samuel, Greatest of the Prophets' and possibly 'The Tragedy of Samson'.
We are greatly encouraged by 'feed back' on recent articles. We will endeavour to maintain high spiritual value in published material but members of the BFU team may not always agree with every expression of thought.
BFU will gladly send bulk supplies of 'Future Probation in Christian Belief' to those who can use them. All BFU dispatch parcels must be limited to 5 kgs. All literature is sent surface ‑ printed paper rate which may take several weeks to reach readers overseas.
Help with postage on literature dispatched will always be appreciated.
Tell a friend ‑ if you have found the Bible Study Monthly a blessing in your Christian life tell others about it. We will gladly send the magazine as a trial or regularly upon receiving names and addresses.
Gainsborough House continues to serve its six permanent residents and any visitors that request accommodation. Milborne Port is a very pleasant centre to explore Dorset and Somerset including two coastlines. Many places of interest are within easy reach. Visitors are accommodated in self-contained flats and a mid-day hot meal is available if requested.
Gainsborough House also has two communal lounges one of which has television. There are opportunities for formal and informal fellowship.
All enquiries should be made to the resident housekeeper, Mrs.Corrinne Vaughan ‑ telephone 01963 250684
Gone from us ‑
Sister Bertha Ackerman (Ashford, Kent)
Sister Ethel O'Grady (Romford)
Sister Maureen Elliot (Stevenage)
'Till the day break and the shadows flee away'