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The South Wales Baptist Association is looking someone to take a lead on issues relating to safeguarding and the protection of children, young people and adults at risk
Earlier this year we launched the first version of our new Baptist App, created by our website developers ChurchInsight
A Deaconess who also trained and worked as a social worker, Ann was a dedicated follower of Jesus and the church
It's Ramadan, and Alan Hallmart reflects on reaching out to develop relationships and build bridges of understanding
Worship is for God, and for God alone. It is a turning away from self and a gazing upon God in such a matter that adoration and praise, confession and penitence, dedication and commitment are our response
We often hear about a new way of doing or being church - but where to begin? Asia’s quest for ‘new ways of being church’ as they emerged from the missionary era might have something to say to us, writes Alec Gilmore
Wade Street Church, Lichfield is looking for a committed and enthusiastic person to lead and develop their flourishing youth work
In loving memory of Jean Trueman, who spent a lifetime serving God faithfully
Could we be doing more to prioritise giving to Home Mission? Here's a plea from a Baptist minister
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This is a new part-time role helping to welcome Baptist ministers needing to leave Hong Kong, as well as encouraging our churches to become centres of welcome.
Langley House Trust is looking for someone to develop the Christian identity and impact of the Group internally and externally
Why the actions of Joseph of Arimathea pose questions for us all, writes Chris Goswami
At this pivotal time, Regent’s Park College seeks a new Principal to deliver on its strategic potential. The Principal is the central figure in the College’s life and work.
Those who are in most need are probably going to be the last to benefit from the unlocking - unless specific action is taken to prioritise them
What ideas about human living do you need to ‘give up’, and ‘put on’, to help your vision to see, and your instincts to show, signs of God’s coming Kingdom? By Michael Peat
2020 was a year like no other - who could have imagined what it would hold as we went into the first lockdown in March 2020?
Continuing our Lent series, Simon Woodman explores the significance of the number forty in the Bible - and what it means for us today
Church fires can frequently be attributed to faulty or ageing wiring so regular inspections are vital. There are a number of key factors to consider that will help to keep your church safe - this month's feature from Baptist Insurance
Ahead of a new survey, Andrew Village and Leslie J. Francis of York St John University outline their findings from a survey conducted following the first lockdown
If God is present in the darkness reaching out for us, then light and hope are not something to be found when the darkness has gone - they are already there present when the darkness is at its deepest
Baptist minister and linguist who led churches in Bexley, Exmouth and Felixstowe
It struck me that we can learn some spiritual lessons from Captain Tom's life that will stand us in good stead for our own lives. By Darren Blaney
A reflection on the place of faith within a culture and history and how we understand the place of the church in the wider world. By Ruth Gouldbourne
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
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
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
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
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