The Word for Today

PNG’s devotional, The Word for Today, is just for you!

Your latest copy is now waiting for you at your local Christian Books Melanesia shop or from our Laif FM office at Kreer Heights, Wewak.

PNG is just one of over 30 nations around the world where The Word for Today is printed.

It is written by Bob and Debby Gass in the USA, prepared by the team at Vision Christian Media in Australia and printed right here in Port Moresby.

We’ve kept the costs as low as possible and suggest a donation of 5 kina for each copy you take. Your donation not only pays for the printing and distribution but will also enable us to place copies in hospitals and prisons at no charge. Every edition will contain a subscription/donation form which you can fill in so as to be absolutely sure you get a copy every three months.

And make sure you listen for to Laif FM for news of when the next The Word for Today will be available!

Want to know more about who writes The Word for Today?

The Authors

Bob & Debby Gass

Bob Gass was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. His father died when he was twelve and his mother was left to rear him as well as his brother Neil and sister Ruth on a government pension. His mother was a very influential on his life, encouraging him to attend church as often as possible. ‘She came into the Kingdom at a hundred miles an hour,’ Bob says, ‘and never slowed down.’ By the time he was twelve, his heroes were not movie stars or sports celebrities but men and women of God. At this time, Bob gave his life to Christ.

He preached his first sermon at 13, writing it out in a school exercise book. As he began, so he has continued – even today, Bob writes out each reading for The Word for Today longhand in a yellow legal pad. He was fortunate as a teenager to have Gordon Magee as his mentor who offered, when he moved from Ireland to the United States, to pay for Bob’s passage to America. A few weeks before his eighteenth birthday, Bob arrived in Houston with two sermons in a briefcase and 25 cents in his pocket. Magee asked his friends across the US to give Bob opportunities to preach and for many years gave him constructive criticism of his sermons.

Bob’s first pastorate was in Canada, followed by a twelve year stint in Bangor, Maine. After that he moved to Georgia. He has been married to his wife, Debby, for over 20 years.

Debby currently helps Bob write The Word for Today from their home in Georgia, USA. His sister Ruth serves as a research assistant. Millions of people throughout the world receive it quarterly and testimonies flood in, demonstrating how many lives are blessed by it.

Initially The Word for Today began when Bob became aware of the struggles of UCB in the United Kingdom. ‘You could broadcast rock, reggae and rap across the airwaves, but not Christian music!’ he says. ‘This – in the land that gave the world the King James Bible and the revival of the Wesleys!’ The law had to be changed and Bob’s support of UCB enabled them to keep in touch with supporters and, through the devotional, keep the cause of Christian radio in front of increasing numbers of people.

Bob’s vision for The Word for Today is to ‘whet your appetite so much that you’ll say, “Wow! I didn’t know that was in the Bible! Maybe I’d better go and read it for myself.’ Through The Word for Today, he and Debby want to give you a love for the Word of God which will last all your life long.

Bob Gass has also authored over 30 books and produced an extensive library of teaching DVDs, and CDs all produced to enhance your daily walk with God. These resources are available from Vision Christian Store.

Bob & Debby’s daily devotionals are available in Papua New Guinea, through UCB PNG,s Laif fm in partnership with Christian Books Melanesia…and THAT’s good news!

Be sure to get yours today!

3 Responses to The Word for Today

  1. Aldo says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am a regular ready of LAIF FMs word for today and its very inspirational. It helps me to build my daily Christian Life with the Lord. At the same time, some of the topics/headings discussed are very helpful to me because we do struggle in our daily lives in all aspects(spiritual, financial, physical, social etc).I just wanted to thank you for the excellent job UCB and laif FM is doing. I really love reading the devotional books.


  2. admin says:

    Thank you Aldo for your comment. Don’t forget to tell your friends about TWFT and Laif FM.
    Remember to pass your copies of the booklet on to others after you have finished reading them.

  3. Anita says:

    Hi. I used to purchase your “the word for today” books up until January from our Melanesian book store in Kokopo. But now they closed down. Can I know from where I could get them please.

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