CCF Tapes
CCF Tapes

Let the Word of Christ Dwell in You Richly. Col. 3:16

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About Us

A Little Background

For those who are not familiar with the ministry, we've detailed a little about our formation history. There's also a mission statement outlining the core of what we do and why we do it and for those who want a more detailed statement of doctrine, please see here.

Our Mission

We, at CCF Tapes, believe strongly in the power of the Word of God and in the priesthood of all believers. We believe that the Bible is "inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness" (2 Tim 3:16 NASB) and therefore is the bedrock for our lives as believers. As such we feel our mission is to provide sound biblical teaching to as wide an audience as possible for the purposes of "the equipping of the saints for the work of service, to the building up of the body of Christ" (Eph 4:12 NASB).


Our Formation

Roger Price

The tape ministry started in 1972 in an unofficial form as soon as the first bible studies given by Roger Price were copied from one portable cassette recorder (set up in Mike Levett's spare room) to another to satisfy a demand for those not able to join the throng listening live. Ralph Page, using his skills as a BBC engineer, produced the first mulitple copying system. Mike Bower became our first voluntary Tape Secretary and was responsible for the distibution of the tapes to a rapidly growing audience. He also produced the first few catalogues of studies.

Growth of CCF and the Tapes Ministry

Demand from around the country continued to grow and with it both the quality of our equipment and the size of the catalgoue. With the Fellowship growing, and more and more people ministering it became evident that the ministry couldn't survive on part-time labour, nor could the equipment be housed in Mike's spare room forever. So in 1984 Keith Cline became our first full-time Tape secretary and we moved into the rooms above the Bible Bookshop in Bognor Regis which was owned and managed by one of the Fellowship's elders. As well as Keith, the ministry employed two packing clerks and two order clerks as well as a number of part-time copy technicians.


A Continuing Legacy

At its peak, with Roger travelling all over the UK and abroad, the ministry was dispatching over 30,000 tapes annually across the globe. However, with Roger's passing in 1987, this number gradually declined. Nonetheless, the tape catalogue continued to expand with new material being produced by the many skilled teachers the fellowship produced, a testament to the basis that had been laid.

Getting Up-to-date

The tape ministry continued to change and in 1991 Keith left the ministry to pursue other aspects of Christian ministry with Ralph Page taking the helm as manager. Since then, the ministry has converted all of the Roger Price material that it has into CDs and various MP3 formats. Some of the later studies had also been recorded on VHS video and have since been transferred onto DVD. In the Autumn of 1998 the ministry launched itself onto the internet and with the website we hope that we can provide more information than ever before on our talks, our speakers and on the aims of the ministry.

Our Plans for the Future

Updating this website is one of our continuing projects while trying to keep up to speed with the daily demands of business. However, we would appreciate your prayers that we would have wisdom regarding how we can increasingly provide relevant biblical resouces to the church today. One thing is for sure, whatever plans we have or projects we take on, this ministry will always be based on the strong biblical teaching that gave rise to it back in 1972.