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We are the Tyndale Periodicals Division. We publish four bulletin insert publications—all four-page products designed to be used in a church bulletin, in Sunday school classes, or as a witnessing tool.

Have a Good Day is a wonderful, low-key, easy way to share the Gospel message. The Church Around the World provides important news of Christians from around the globe. Focus on the Family bulletin provides great insight, encouragement, and advice on all aspects of family. Every month Glimpses showcases an important, and often overlooked, aspect of Christian history.

We share the same corporate purpose as Tyndale Publishers, and that is:

Minister to the spiritual needs of people, primarily through literature consistent with biblical principles.

Our company’s core values are:

  • Dependent on God’s leading
  • Anchored in the Bible
  • Driven to make God’s Word accessible
  • Trustworthy
  • Committed to excellence


How did the starling, a bird native to England, get to America?

The bird was not an unintended passenger. In the late 19th century, a group called the American Acclimatization Society released about a hundred starlings in New York City’s Central Park as part of a project to introduce all the birds mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays into America. Even knowing nothing about starlings, you may recognize this as an idea that is both baffling and terrible.

Of course, the birds just took over.

The released birds went on to reproduce like mad, increasing their numbers to somewhere around 200 million. By all accounts, starlings are natural terrors. They will force other birds out of their nests and eat their eggs. They swarm in those massive flocks, just eating absolutely everything they can fit in their beaks, stealing food from other species and wreaking havoc on agriculture.

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