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The Gospel has been known to make grown men tremble but that is not enough. Repentance and faith in Jesus are required.
Andy Percey introduces his new book exploring the human need to find a group of people who will accept and welcome us
“Wilderness” is a rich and layered idea in the Old Testament - reflecting on it may offer some helpful ways forward as we seek to engage with Lent this year. By Helen Paynter
Baptist minister Patrick Coghlan introduces his latest book, a resource of reflections and prayers for those who have entered into retirement and later life
The Baptist Union is looking for someone to provide leadership and oversight to make sure that the Trustee Board can fulfil all of its governance responsibilities
Regent's Park College is looking for someone to be the College’s Head of Welfare, and who will also be a Tutorial Fellow in Theology
Have young people been leaving the church not because we made discipleship too difficult, but because we made it too easy? That's the premise behind a new movement developed by Youthscape - Martin Saunders explains more
Andy Goodliff offers reading recommendations to deepen discipleship this Lent
Fegans counsellor Louise Tantam shares some advice for families with teenagers struggling at this time
'A deeply missed husband, father, pastor and friend, now in his eternal home'
The Baptist Union is looking for someone with a wide range of experience to bring to the Trustee Board, and is particularly seeking someone with a legal background
The Baptist Union is looking for someone with a strong finance and governance background to join our Trustee Board
I spent a very interesting hour recently in a lively, full-on discussion about religion in general and Christianity in particular with people who do not share my faith. Here are some reflections, writes Colin Sedgwick
Baptist Insurance is looking to appoint three Non-Executive Directors to plan for succession to grow the existing skills on the Board with increased depth and relevant technical experience
The latest in our series of articles from Baptist Insurance features health and safety advice in bad weather
Serena Bailey highlights the power of supportive faith communities for prison leavers with faith
Baptist minister and gifted musician and composer who encouraged musicians within his churches to use their gifting in services
A selection of resources to help us reflect during Lent
The Baptist Union is looking for someone with an appropriate financial qualification or experience, or other experience relevant to the committee
Minister and author who pastored Baptist churches in Yorkshire and highlighted the rich heritage of Reformed thought in various New Testament commentaries
A selection of resources to help Baptists reflect on and mark Racial Justice Sunday 2021
Bryn Frere-Smith explains his journey from bodyguard to protecting those who cannot afford to pay for it – and how the Blue Bear Coffee Company he founded is partnering with a growing number of churches concerned about human trafficking
Nuclear disarmament; appearing on The Chase
Andy Goodliff introduces his new book Renewing a Modern Denomination, which explores Baptist thinking at the end of the 20th century
Emma McPhail, assistant minister of Victoria Baptist Church in Eastbourne, recently appeared on ITV’s The Chase - and the response has been 'incredible'. She explains how
Christian theatre company LAMPS Collective has responded to the restrictions of the pandemic by creating a brand new Easter resource
A generous man of warmth and humour, Jim was renowned for his pastoral care, which he continued into his nineties by telephone
The founder of Kevin Mayhew Publishers had a life-long love of music, fervently believed in social justice for all, and was genuinely open to people of all faiths and none
We live in an unequal world, a fact heightened by technological differences in the latest lockdown. Here are ways larger churches could support smaller ones in a way that blesses both. By Michael Shaw
Social media has many benefits - but its downsides have become clearer too. Jonathan Skeet, a former social media addict, believes the church should be more vocal in expressing them
RBMHO 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
A time of opportunity, a time of reflection; Donald Trump
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
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