Welcome to the Truth for Today Website.

Truth for Today is a 30-minute weekly Bible study programme. Each week the team take a reflective look at the Bible.

The programme is broadcast on Premier Radio, London, UK, at 06:00 UK time each Lord's Day (Sunday) morning.

Don't worry if you have missed a broadcast, as you can now listen to it again or read the transcript.

All MP3 and PDF files on the website are available to download free of charge. Please right click the relevant link on each page and then select "Save target as…".

Our current series, on Truth for Today, is "Christ and us as seen in the Gospel of Mark". The series looks at several people who met that Lord Jesus in Mark’s Gospel. Each of them, like many of us have difficulties of one sort or another.

In the latest uploaded broadcast, Which way?, Gordon Kell continues the series by flooking at The rich young ruler and also Blind Bartimaeus.

Please do not hesitate to look at our Programme Archives where you can find all Truth for Today programmes since the programme started broadcasting in April 1998, split into various categories.

Publications. Some of the Truth for Today transcripts have been published in either a book or a pocket-sized booklet. Please visit our publications page for more information.

We hope you enjoy the website.


Forthcoming broadcasts, God willing
Christ and us as seen in the Gospel of Mark
28 Aug 2016 Opportunities Jonathan Hughes
Luke's Gospel
04 Sep 2016 The twelve and the blessings and the woes David Anderson
11 Sep 2016 Teaching on discipleship Peter Ollerhead
18 Sep 2016 The Centurion and the widow of Nain Brian Donaldson
25 Sep 2016 Jesus and John the Baptist David Pulman
02 Oct 2016 Jesus in Simon the Pharisee's house Yannick Ford
09 Oct 2016 The Parable of the Sower Ernie Brown
Problems Christians Face
16 Oct 2016 Peter - Dealing with self Gordon Kell
23 Oct 2016 Thomas - Dealing with doubt David Hughes
30 Oct 2016 Mark - Dealing with failure George Stevens

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