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Summer camp materials
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Summer mission 2019 – Bring the gospel back to Jerusalem!
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2019-2020 SELBL Bible-inspired Creative Writing Contest Guidelines
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Quiz on C.S. Lewis
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Articles for English Corners – Christmas
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Articles for English Corners – True Love
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Articles for English Corners – Faith versus Science
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Articles for English Corners – Harmonious Society
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Articles for English Corners – Love One Another
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Articles for English Corners – Sacrificial Love
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Articles for English Corners – Teacher
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Articles for English Corners – Wisdom
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FIND THE ORIGIN OF IDIOMS

A lot of phrases, such as "two-edged sword" and " an eye for an eye", are taken from the English Bible. Learning the stories behind these idioms is fun, and can help boost your vocabulary. Click here to find out now!

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What's in a name?

Common names such as Joseph and Rachel have their origins in the Bible. Want to know their stories before picking the right name for yourself? Click here to find out.