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Most popular reflections/opinions 2017


A story-telling way with evangelism, multi-congregational approaches, beacons of hope and the impact of the digital world on our teenagers and young people were among the most read opinion pieces in The Baptist Times in 2017


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How evangelism can be fun
Like many Christians, Mark Roques struggled with evangelism – until he discovered how to talk about Jesus in a credible, natural and engaging way


A multi-congregational approach
A new project to help Baptist churches explore a multi-congregational future is being launched. Simon Goddard explains more


Beacons of Hope
What does it mean to be Beacons of Hope in a world where hope is so often in short supply? By Lynn Green


Left to their own devices?
Exploring the impact of the digital world on teenagers and younger children - and our response as parents. By Katharine Hill  


A reflection on Baptists and leadership
The term leadership can split opinion among Baptists, but wholesome leadership is both biblical and vital in enabling others to thrive, says Nigel Wright. So what does it look like?


Maybe it isn’t disabled people who need healing
What if we all get to heaven and realise disabled people were healed all along? Rachel Wright shares a modern day parable


Ministers need a system to read the Bible
Reflections on a survey of Baptist ministers and their Bible-reading habits. By Paul Beasley-Murray


'Christians are the new heretics'
Where does Tim Farron’s resignation leave us? A reflection by Baptist minister and blogger Chris Goswami


Loitering with intent
Jesus offers really only one strategy for mission.... and it is this, writes Michael Shaw


10 Listen to the voices
How should Christians respond to the growing epidemic of mental ill health?

 
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The policy to send asylum seekers to Rwanda really is 'the opposite of the nature of God', writes Wale Hudson-Roberts
Philip D. Hill explains why he's written a comprehensive study of the life and thought of the influential 19th century minister Baptist Wriothesley Noel, a Christian leader 'as famous as CH Spurgeon in his day'
Making simple life-changes is reducing dementia – and friendship is playing a key role, writes Louise Morse of Pilgrim Friends' Society
New book from retired Baptist minister Roger Amos contributes to the Historical Jesus debate
God calls each and every one of us - so if we put up barriers and exclude certain people whom God is calling, we are not doing God’s work. By Ruth Wilde
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There are many things that the world desperately needs. Another study of Romans is probably not among them, but I’ve written one anyway - here's why. By Steve Finamore
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