Take The Good News To Your Community!

Good News is an evangelistic newspaper used by churches, missions, and individual Christians across the UK to share the good news!

Full of engaging testimonies of ‘ordinary’ Christians and celebrities, this full colour monthly is specially designed for giving to not-yet-Christians. It’s an easy way for church members to get into conversations about Jesus with their friends and family.

A man reads Good News after being given a copy by Birmingham City Mission
Good News is full of relevant stories for outreach

Rob McEwen, an evangelist in Hemel Hempstead, says: “The Good News newspaper is, in my experience, the finest piece of outreach literature I have come across in over 30 years of being an evangelical Christian.”

Another evangelist, Duncan Hunter from Manchester, says: “Good News is superb – the layout looks great and the testimonies are very powerful. I cannot wait to distribute the latest issue, praying that many will respond!”

You can give it away in many ways, for example:

  • Door-to-door in your neighbourhood or at open air outreaches
  • Gifts for guests at church services and events
  • Through groups that use your church building, e.g. parents and toddlers, Messy Church, exercise classes, etc.
  • Giving to family, friends, neighbours and work colleagues
  • Giving to visitors to your church café, shop, foodbank, market stall, etc.
  • To patients when visiting hospitals, residents in care homes or inmates when prison visiting

Good News comes in packs of 25, and at a cost of only 15p each plus p&p, it’s great value. For a free sample pack, email: mandy-goodnews@ntlworld.com or tel 0115 9233424.

At Christmas and Easter, Good News produces special seasonal editions which can be overprinted with local greetings.

A church in Plumstead, London, gives away copies of Good News on their street

The newspaper is a member of the Evangelical Alliance and is run as a registered charity (no 1167287) and gives away copies to inmates in over half of the prisons of the UK. For more details see www.goodnews-paper.org.uk

Written By: Andrew Halloway

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