Focus on the Youth
How the Bible Society helps our Youth
From introductions to the Bible to the G.O.S.H project the Bible Society is actively seeking to engage our young people. Thousands of our own
Caribbean children and youth do not own a Bible! The Eastern Caribbean Bible Society is seeking to change that. The Bible Society in the East Caribbean is a member of the World Network of United Bible Societies and a registered Charity (#104) under the Charities Act of Barbados. We have made several donations locally and we offer several great versions of the bible specific to young people for sale locally. Helping our young people get access to the word of God is a key aspect of our mandate to make the Bible available to all.
The Gallery of Students’ Heroes (GOSH) program seeks to put students confidently positioned on the Caribbean center stage. Students are surrounded by supportive, visionary adults and enabling sectors of the community. Students explore the gallery’ of outstanding achievers and achievements. Their positive experiences of the ‘Gallery’ inspire students to define and pursue their own meaningful place in the world. Joseph (Genesis 37-50) is the GOSH model. The students find relevance of the Joseph encounter to current personal, scholastic, professional, national, regional and global existence. To find out more about the GOSH program feel free to contact us.
About the Eastern Caribbean Bible Society
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Learning is not attained by chance, it must be sought for with ardor and attended to with diligence. Abigail Adams
Books For Sale
Each day we will feature a book we think would be of great benefit to a young person. Come in today and make a purchase, and provide the featured book to a young person for their use.
Children's Book 1