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Baptist Assembly 2018 

Links to stories and photos from the 2018 Baptist Assembly in Peterborough 

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Reports from the main sessions, seminars and the children and youth programmes of the 2018 Baptist Assembly 

The Baptist Assembly 2018 opens - a report from the opening celebration 

BUGB AGM at the Baptist Assembly - General Secretary Lynn Green highlighted church encouragements during the AGM, which included a series of resolutions relating to the Baptist Union of Great Britain (BUGB) becoming a CIO

‘BMS: a catalyst for mission’ - How can BMS World Mission be a catalyst for mission in the world – and not just a partner? Questions posed by Kang-San Tan during the BMS AGM

'Encourage pioneers and pioneering' - Baptists need to be more encouraging of pioneers and pioneering if we are to reach people and make disciples in these challenging times

Learning theology from marginal voices - BMS General Director Kang-San Tan talks about the need to interpret the Bible from all cultures

Transition and transformation - Baptist churches have been encouraged to bring their ‘creative best in a variety of ways' in order to be more missionally effective 

Divine windows: glimpses of God through life - Dave Gregory unpacked his presidential theme Divine Windows during a seminar at the Baptist Assembly.

Open doors and open hearts - Our role is not to be bouncers for the Kingdom – but to welcome everyone to their seat there! That was the message from General Secretary Lynn Green during the closing celebration

'Everyone had something they were grateful for' - This year’s Baptist Assembly youth programme was full of worship, craft and games with the young people from Years 7-9 encouraged to explore youth lifestyle and faith

'It was a privilege to lead them' - Children at the Baptist Assembly were encouraged to think about how God communicates with us, as well as what it means to be a Christian in their lives



A selection of photos from the Baptist Union of Great Britain Flickr stream 

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Baptist Times, 11/05/2018
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