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RHBMO is currently looking to appoint new trustees to support the work of the organisation
John Weaver explores why disinformation exists and is believed - and how Christians can measure the truth
The latest in our series with Baptist Insurance highlights its home insurance cover
As Donald Trump leaves the White House in disgrace, the time has come for the evangelical Christians who supported him to examine their consciences and embark on the road to repentance, writes Joshua Searle
Our theology is often shaped more by our singing than it is by teaching. In this period when many of us have had to start again with our church’s worship repertoire, writing your own hymn is a project that could nourish and sustain your congregation
Carol Richardson reports on collecting 100 stories of Baptists involved in missional adventure
Steve Tinning highlights our journey towards a call for nuclear disarmament
The first legally binding international agreement to ban nuclear weapons enters into force on 22 January 2021. None of the nine nuclear states, including the UK, have signed the treaty. Martin Tiller explains how the church can respond
Exploring Peter's understanding of baptism. By Terry Young
Andy Glover explains how the three-day online event came together
Continuing his exploration of 1 Peter, Terry Young explains how Peter subverts traditional notions of strength
The UK is about to welcome hundreds of thousands of people from Hong Kong. Simon Goddard explores how Baptists are responding, and what your church can do
Continuing his series on 1 Peter, Terry Young explores how the letter makes the connections between suffering and glory
A new document outlines the steps to accredited Baptist ministry - and highlights how the Spirit is increasingly calling different people to different types of ministry
A part-time role working with the European Baptist Federation
We remain in the midst of a crisis, one that is not going to pass anytime soon. In exploring how churches have responded so far, Ian Stackhouse expresses both gratitude and concern
We are looking for someone to provide support to the Legal and Property Officer and the Legal Services Manager
We are looking for an enthusiastic and creative person with excellent interpersonal skills and pastoral sensitivity, to take up this exciting new post as part of the Exeter University Multifaith Chaplaincy team.
The strange mixture of religion and politics in the US, and what it has to do with us here in the UK. By Michael Shaw
The people Peter is writing to are under enormous pressure that boils over regularly into violence against them. Peter’s solution is not to muscle up physically, but develop a mind that copes with the present and hopes for the glory to come
Interview with Baptist pastor Ruth Rice, who has written a timely book on we we can model wellbeing in a period of growing mental health issues
A new series on what we can learn from 1 Peter, which is written to scattered, suffering communities. This first piece explores calling
How three words might be a better alternative to making resolutions. By Darren Blaney
How do we integrate old and new into a better future? In this long read, Bruce Murray highlights some of the areas churches may wish to consider
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In the spirit of hope and joy that marks Christmas, here is a list of things that weren't so bad about 2020 - things through which we may trace the hand of God at work. By Darren Blaney
Sadly, double the number of people as normal are expecting to spend Christmas alone. If this includes you, Louise Morse offers some suggestions for making the day a blessing
A year end reflection, in the form of a poem
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Highlighting the ten most clicked pieces in The Baptist Times this year
We have hosted 60 live prayer events since March, and they have created a space for so many gifted and passionate people from across our movement to offer spiritual leadership to us, writes Lynn Green
An active church member who took on leadership roles in wider denominational life, Ruth was typical of many ministers’ wives of her generation: first and foremost a ‘home-maker’, she saw her role as supporting her husband George in ministry
'The former Principal of South Wales Baptist College was an outstanding scholar - and a gracious, kind, compassionate man'
A reflection on the reasons we find it so hard to rest - and why we really must to discover all that God has planned for us. By Ben Lucas
Respected electrical engineer with a strong Christian faith who became a member, treasurer and elder of Rising Brook Baptist Church in Stafford
Why I feel we need to go deeper in our sermons, so people can grow and grasp the upside down nature of the Kingdom of God. By Michael Shaw
Churches can lead the way, in partnership, in embedding a positive experience of community for a post-Covid world. Martin Graham introduces as one, which provides a comprehensive service to help them go about it
What do you do about people who annoy you? A reflection by Colin Sedgwick
Why a group is meeting online to study the systematic theology of James McClendon. By Andy Goodliff
We have to continue do it at a distance, but let’s share our time, our prayers and our thoughts in practical ways to encourage all in our care homes and other isolated people this Christmas, writes Louise Morse
I am a Baptist minister who accepts the traditional/orthodox teaching on human sexuality. I feel my denomination does not care about my sacrifice and years of obedience - and I'm hurting
Baptist minister Glen Graham urges churches to continue online services that transform disabled people’s experience of worship
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