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As Christmas approaches, let’s picture the pondering Mary, and allow ourselves time and space to stop and reflect on what God is doing in our life
This is a new role to work as a member of our new Governance Support Team located at Baptist House, Didcot.
The present is changed by what the future holds: what does it mean to be a Community of Expectation? By John Rackley
This Advent, Terry Young is is placing two themes side by side: four women listed in Matthew's genealogy of Jesus, alongside four Advent calls
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
Visiting a person with dementia is an invisible gift that can be life-changing, writes Louise Morse
The coming of Christ was political then and it's political today, writes Andy Goodliff
The Psalm 23 Garden is the product of deep thinking about the text, and offers the chance to stop, reflect, and feel refreshed. Mark Woods explains more
Even if we disagree on party politics, we find Scripture gives us a way to approach our political life, writes Beth Allison-Glenny
This church in Aintree is looking for a committed, enthusiastic person to ensure the efficient administration of our Church and effective management the Hope Centre
This church in Aintree is looking for a full time gifted youth and children’s worker to work with its large children’s work and growing Sunday youth ministry
Look back, look forward and look around, writes Chris Goswami
Alice Baxter reports on exciting developments for a Youth With a Mission urban family in Paris
Business and the Kingdom, Have we lost our dissenting roots
Students in Europe are in the midst of a 40 week prayer campaign for 40 countries that will culminate in a five day gathering
Solicitor who played a very active role in the wider Baptist church
'We give thanks not just for what he did, but for how he did it. All that Simon did demonstrated his love for Jesus'
Newly-elected MPs need to arrive at Parliament knowing that their constituents care about people facing persecution, and alerted to the need for action
A free video course to help prepare people for believers' baptism has been released. This reflection on living baptised for the long haul is taken from the course
Charity worker and Baptist Dr Mark Calder is set to complete his epic ‘Running Home 2019’ adventure of running 14 ultramarathons throughout this year
Catherine Burt, Assistant Director of Girls’ Brigade Ministries, shares the role music plays in the charity’s community groups
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
Linking Hands with the Front is a new account of how a London Baptist church responded to the First World War
Interview with Claire Bedford, a pharmacist serving with BMS World Mission, who works at Guinebor II (G2) hospital in Chad
The passage in the Book of Lamentations that every Christian should know. By Colin Sedgwick
A report from the latest gathering of Association representatives with a heart for small churches
Challenged to write a modern day psalm, Jonathan Brewer of South Wales Baptist College employed the language and ideas of a technological generation
Across the world vulnerability is being exploited - with sometimes devastating consequences, writes Dan Pratt
Baptist minister Richard Littledale introduces his series of short, candid thoughts and reflections from his own experience of widowhood
Rescue brings its own culture and identity challenges, which are explored in a new novel set in post-war Britain
Have we lost our dissenting roots? Plus 'You're never too old, there's more to come'
There were few Baptist voices at Extinction Rebellion. As Baptists, have we lost our non-conformist and dissenting roots, asks Michael Shaw?
The desire to measure and value everything in monetary terms always tends to dehumanisation. As people of a gracious God surely we know that the most important things in life are free?
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
On climate change, the church should be the voice calling from the wilderness, writes Michael Shaw. We need to be bolder
Text of the address given by Andy Goodliff, the 'token man' at the 5 October event celebrating 100 years of ordaining women to Baptist ministry
Christians are not immune to the pressure of never being or having enough. How do we re-establish our identity in God’s love?
A selection of resources, events and articles to help Baptists reflect on and mark Black History Month
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
Social justice and deliverance ministry in the Baptist church. The need is growing, writes Jayne Irlam
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