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Feature articles published in 2019

A breakdown of the most clicked stories, opinions, features and book reviews in The Baptist Times in 2018
An update from Simon Jones, who regularly travels to northern France to minister to those seeking refuge
Aware that biblical literacy cannot be assumed, author and minister Corinne Brixton develops a creative response
Baptist Mark Calder is running 14 ultra marathons to support displaced Christians as they return to Iraq
A reflection by a Baptist church member on reading Blood Brothers by Elias Chacour and meeting the author
It's the 300th anniversary of a series of seminal debates among the dissenting community
Why Baptist churches are being encouraged to take part in the Living Lent initiative, and how they can go about it
Ruth Hughes introduces a production that depicts God’s building of a community of love with Jesus at the centre
Charles Spurgeon wanted to open an orphanage. Anne Hillyard was crucial in making it happen. Let’s celebrate her life
Young people are open to spiritual conversations. Let's step outside our comfort zones to have them
Why, 100 years after his death, the ministry of Timothy Richard still needs to be heard by the church today
Sierra Leone, the world’s most dangerous place to become a mum, is the focus of Christian Aid Week
Loneliness and social isolation is an increasingly significant issue. The church can be a key part of the answer
British Trust for Tantur gives grants to individuals wanting to take advantage of learning opportunities at its institute
An interview with Baptist minister Helen Paynter, whose new book explores a response to Old Testament violence
Who we are, why we exist, and our four key areas of shared work. By General Secretary Lynn Green
Stories and reports from the 2019 Baptist Assembly, held at the Telford International Centre
Celebrating 30 years activity in Churches Together in England and Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
Thank God it's Monday author Mark Greene reflects on changing work and burgeoning opportunities
Barking and Dagenham churches have joined together in mission. Liz Mednick reports on how it came about
Resurrection Church, Beirut, had already built strong connections with local Syrian workers. More was to come
Let’s make an event of it - advice from Baptist Insurance outlining your responsibility for church organised events
Could a recording exist of Charles Spurgeon's voice? Sara Willcocks believes it could - and explains why
In picking 10 possible summer reads, I gave myself one condition: they all needed to be authored by women
Bridge Builders is a Christian charity committed to transforming conflict, peacemaking and reconciliation
Advice from Baptist Insurance outlining changes to their Terrorism and Legal Expenses Cover
Many lives across the country are now being touched through what started as a small church-based community project
For more than 30 years I've witnessed the power of singing, writes Andy Bodkin. Here's why
'A wonderful opportunity to be reminded of the many things we can take for granted,' writes Baptist minister
Wayne Clarke introduces his biography of Hugh Stowell Brown, a towering Victorian-era Baptist minister
General Secretary Lynn Green looks at the challenges ahead for Baptists Together
With more and more people living alone, the Church really needs to explore its past and widen its thinking, says writer and broadcaster Vicky Walker
A selection of resources, events and articles to help Baptists reflect on and mark Black History Month
Next time you come across an article questioning some aspect of Jesus’ life, remind yourself that what we read in a modern opinion piece is not necessarily the judgement of experts
A report from the latest gathering of Association representatives with a heart for small churches
Interview with Claire Bedford, a pharmacist serving with BMS World Mission, who works at Guinebor II (G2) hospital in Chad
Are you praying for the streets around you? An encouragement to pray for your neighbours this Sunday from the Neighbourhood Prayer Network and Faith in Later Life
Catherine Burt, Assistant Director of Girls’ Brigade Ministries, shares the role music plays in the charity’s community groups
Charity worker and Baptist Dr Mark Calder is set to complete his epic ‘Running Home 2019’ adventure of running 14 ultramarathons throughout this year
Students in Europe are in the midst of a 40 week prayer campaign for 40 countries that will culminate in a five day gathering
Alice Baxter reports on exciting developments for a Youth With a Mission urban family in Paris
The nativity is an important way to teach and remember the story of God coming to earth, but it’s also a culturally, educationally and spiritually significant tradition
This Advent, Terry Young is placing two themes side by side: four women listed in Matthew's genealogy of Jesus, alongside four Advent calls
The second in our series focusing on four women this Advent turns to Rahab, whose faith opens up a very different future
Ruth reminds us of a robust, relational, restless love, that endures for centuries and transforms in weeks
The five most read features and interviews in The Baptist Times in 2019
Does Bathsheba have anything to say about joy this Advent? The final in our four part series
The Hebe Foundation, a Baptist-led youth organisation that helps people aged 13-20 discover their talents, is seeing increasing demand for its work
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