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LEEF! (English: LIVE!) offers tools to help educators, caregivers and children’s workers share life with God with a new generation. It uses five principles: live, observe, enjoy, empathise and experience. LEEF! uses themes that are attractive and meaningful for children – themes such as sharing, celebrating, food, transport, animals, babies, playing together, being alone and more. Thematic programs use the series B Booklets and knee books with accompanying DVDs. A CD-ROM is supplied with additional material such as daily schedules, talk boards, processing equipment and letters to parents.

Scripture Union in the Netherlands is eager to help Dutch Christians read and understand the message of the Bible. We long to bring the Bible close to people’s hearts. We have produced several publications that help people understand how the Bible is relevant for our everyday lives. For example, GroeiMagazine (English: growth-magazine) takes today’s issues and asks what the Bible says about this subject. Leidraad (English: guidance) is a guide for everyday Bible-reading, following a schedule that lets people read the entire Bible in 8 years.

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Contact Details

Laat de Bijbel spreken

Head Office
Internationale Bijbelbond
Maanlander 14 D
3824 MP Amersfoort
Nederland

Tel: +31 8 54 89 63 70
Mob: +31 6 23 87 47 82

Postal Address
Internationale Bijbelbond
Postbox 2554
3800 GC Amersfoort
Nederland

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Chairperson: Dr Maikel de Kreek

National Leader: Bert de Jong

Staff: Annette Doggen

Staff: Marja van der Eijk

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All about Netherlands

  • Population

    16,805,037

  • Religion

    Roman Catholic 30%, Protestant 20% (Dutch Reformed 11%, Calvinist 6%, other Protestant 3%), Muslim 5.8%, other 2.2%, none 42%

  • Population under 15

    17.1%

  • Official language

    Dutch (official), Frisian (official)