UCB produces "The Word for Today", distributed free-of-charge in a number of countries. I've found it very helpful.
Tearfund is committed to working in partnership (both short and long-term) with evangelical Christians, enabling them to fulfil their ministry to the poor. Tear Fund focuses upon the following issues, although it remains open to change/reaction to current needs: Development and Capacity Building Public health, including HIV/AIDS Children at Risk Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation
The Royal British Legion provides financial, social and emotional support to millions who have served and are currently serving in the Armed Forces, and their dependants. Currently, nearly 10.5 million people are eligible for their support and they receive thousands of calls for help every year.
Oxfam supports the following issues. Trade Education Debt and aid Livelihoods Health HIV/AIDS Gender equality Conflict and natural disasters Democracy and human rights
Oak Hall provides value-for-money low-cost holidays enabling people time away for rest and spiritual refreshment/reinvigoration, either at Otford Manor in Kent, or overseas. Many of those on Oak Hall expeditions (aimed at the 20s/30s market) are single. A number of ATOM (A Taste of Mission) trips work with projects that Oak Hall supports in Serbia, Thailand, Peru, South Africa, the Phillipines. Staff are largely voluntary workers who are enthused by this vision. I have worked…