The Good News Bible (GNB) has become established as the UK's most popular Bible because it uses plain, everyday language to give readers of all ages the clearest understanding of the Bible.
With an emphasis on the meaning of the text it is particularly popular with schools, Sunday Schools, young people, and people with English as a second language. It is a favourite all over the English speaking world, and among all ages, making it perfect for all-age services.
Through the plain language, the Bible's message is made easily accessible to everyone, and most editions include the iconic line drawings by Swiss artist Annie Vallotton.
Sample verse: Rich people who see a brother or sister in need, yet close their hearts against them, cannot claim that they love God. (1 John 3.17)