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International stories in 2013 

The award was granted by the Lebanese Centre for Human Rights, and recognised two SAT-7 campaigns: one for the inclusion of people with disabilities and the other advocating for the rights of female heads of households
The 2014 Baptist World Alliance (BWA) Annual Gathering will be held in Izmir, Turkey, from July 6-12. The Annual Gathering brings together an international group of Baptist leaders, theologians, teachers, pastors and other representatives for worship...
Three of Britain's Free Churches have called on the country's leaders to resist a 'hasty response' in relation to events in Syria. On Wednesday (28 August) Prime Minister David Cameron gathered military and security chiefs and key cabinet members...
The Baptist World Alliance (BWA) has granted an additional sum of US$20,000 for Syrian relief, following on other grants in 2012 and earlier this year. The funds will be used specifically for the humanitarian crisis in Homs, one of the hardest hit ...
'Only the devastation of World War II is comparable to the grief suffered at the hands of Breivik'
A planning meeting for the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) international dialogue with the World Methodist Council (WMC) has taken place at the Wesley Chapel in London
Tributes have been paid to Dr Peder Eidberg, one of the foremost European Baptist historians, who died in August aged 79
Gathering celebrates Baptist witness in Italy, and their 'unique blend of evangelical fervour combined with a deep concern for issues of peace and justice in society and in the world'
BWA works with partners to help those displaced by the conflict
The International Baptist Theological Seminary can now offer a PhD with the VU University Amsterdam and a Master's degree with the University of Manchester
The senseless deaths of four girls as they prepared for Sunday school galvanised the civil rights movement
Delegates receive reports and recommendations and reflect on issues affecting the family of Baptists in Europe.
All proceeds go towards the Fields of Life foundation charity in aid of building a brand new school in Uganda.
Baptists encouraged to renew focus on countries where Christians are a persecuted minority or in violent situations, like Syria
The situation in Syria is tragic – but the region's Christian community is serving thousands of refugees
Gifts of mosquito nets, cleft palate repairs and money were given to Guinebor II Hospital in N’Djamena
When floods devastated a community in Uganda, BMS World Mission responded - and is helping them move forward
When asked, “What difference has Operation Agri made?” she replied “Our children don’t die anymore!”
Refugees are slowly getting the resources they need thanks to BMS World Mission partners.
The Revd Dr Stuart Blythe is the unanimous choice of the Board of Trustees
Assessment as for the second time since removing the monarchy, an election has been held
A lesson in loving your enemies from Palestinian Christian Yohanna Katanacho
Syria talks in Geneva welcome, says Open Doors
'He inspired a generation by the way he stood for forgiveness and reconciliation'
Following a recent visit to the region BMS' Philip Halliday reflects on the continuing conflict in Syria
Conditions are deteriorating in the Bekaa Valley and around Lebanon - a BMS partner organisation is helping
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