In the Bible we read:
Everything in the Scriptures is God’s Word. All of it is useful for teaching and helping people and for correcting them and showing them how to live. The Scriptures train God’s servants to do all kinds of good deeds.
The Bible contains many lessons to help us build our faith in God, help us throughout our lives and give us bright hope for the future. Because of this, Christadelphians try to read the Bible every day.
The Robert Roberts Bible reading plan guides the reader through a complete reading of the Old Testament and two complete readings of the New Testament each year. Readings average four chapters in length and include both Old and New Testament passages each day.
Glad Tidings is a free monthly magazine published by the Christadelphians and available throughout the world.
From this website, you can download this month’s edition in PDF format, download back editions, and also subscribe to the six months free trial and receive a copy direct to your door.
The Christadelphians have their own publishing house in Hall Green, Birmingham. They produce The Christadelphian magazine, and other books and literature, about Christadelphian beliefs and practices.
There are lots of leaflets available to read on their website:
Sutton Christadelphians also produce their own leaflets such as the recent ‘Whatever you think about the Bible’ leaflet. Click here to download it.