Superbook is run by CBN Europe and we are committed to making Jesus known in the UK, Europe and Beyond.
Find out more about what we do with Superbook here
We are a registered charity in England and Wales that operates across the UK and Europe (Charity Number: 110 1659). We also have a subsidiary company, CBN Resources Ltd. (Company number: 10853789), which handles sales that support our charitable activity.
The mission of CBN Europe is to prepare the United Kingdom and the nations of Europe for the coming of Jesus Christ and the establishment of the Kingdom of God on earth. Our ultimate goal is to achieve a time in history when “the knowledge of the Lord will cover the earth as the waters cover the sea.”
In achieving our mission, we will use mass communication, digital media, and education to disciple the young and old and demonstrate the relevance and significance of a personal relationship with Jesus in our modern society.
In achieving our mission, nothing should be done that does not glorify God and His Son, Jesus Christ.
Three words should characterise the execution of our mission. First, we will be innovative. Our task is not to duplicate or copy other men’s labours. Second, we will be excellent. Our work must either be of lasting value and highest quality, or it should not be done at all. Third, we will demonstrate integrity. In our work, our public relations, our internal and external communications, there will be an abiding commitment to truth. Integrity must characterise all of our dealings with others.
In staffing for our mission, we must insist on securing the best possible men and women for each task, and we will make every effort to see that people and tasks are matched appropriately. Our policy will be to secure a small staff of outstanding people and to compensate them well for their labours. Our staff should be “filled with the Holy Spirit and wisdom.” God’s work must be done by God’s people, equipped and chosen.
Implicit in the fulfilment of our mission is the demonstration of all of the principles of the Kingdom of God, especially that of reciprocity. Therefore, we continually endeavour to give generous assistance to the relief of human need and suffering throughout the world as well as donations to other organisations that share our basic objectives.
We believe that God’s work, done according to the principles of His Kingdom, will prosper financially. We cannot serve God and money, so service to God and His call always takes precedence over conflicting considerations of money. Nevertheless, we recognise that only those activities which are economically viable can continue in our present society, so planning must take into account economic viability. We must also categorically state that the payment of accounts when due is a key ingredient of integrity. We seek to finance our activities by all lawful and morally correct means, including, but not limited to, contributions, sales, and investment income. In planning, we will endeavour to project adequate income for current activities, plus generous surpluses from which we can build and expand.
In the fulfilment of our mission, as to calling and message, our Biblical role model is John the Baptist. As to wisdom, it is Solomon. As to ministry to Israel, it is the prophet Ezekiel. In all that we are, do, and say, it is Jesus Christ.
At CBN Europe we are committed the highest standards of integrity and accountability. As such, we submit to regular independent audits and seek honesty, integrity and transparency in all we do. We believe that God’s work must be done in accordance with the principle of his Kingdom.
As CBN Europe, we are a registered charity in England and Wales that operates across the UK and Europe. We also have a subsidiary company (CBN Resources Ltd.) which handles all sales that support our charitable activity.
We are a part of the global CBN Ministry, but are a separate, self-supporting legal entity. As such we submit separate accounts to HMRC. For more information on the wider finances of CBN, click here
On this page you can download our annual Accounts and Trustee Reports.
For more information visit the Charities Commission website.
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