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Most popular reflections/blogs 2018


Whether churches should declare where they stand on the LGBT issue from the outset; Christian mindfulness in coping with anxiety; Brexit and reflections on that sermon were among the most read blogs/opinion pieces in The Baptist Times in 2018


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1 Why churches should avoid 'agreeing to disagree'
It only leads to more pain in the long term - better to declare where you stand on the LGBT issue from the outset

2 Mindfulness, resilience and Gethsemane
A Baptist minister shares what it's like to feel anxious all the time - and what has been helpful in working through it

3 A prayer for Brexit  
Baptist minister Jonathan Beer is urging congregations to pray for the Brexit separation negotiations, whatever our political views. He offers this short reflection and prayer

4 Reflections on 'that sermon'
Bishop Michael Curry's sermon at the royal wedding on Saturday had everyone talking. What can preachers learn?

5 'Not for me' - critiquing Michael Curry's sermon
Jesus was preached and the crowd responded; and the religious were too busy critiquing the doctrine

6 ‘Who do you think you are?’
Reflections on identity, and life as a Baptist minister in training.

7 Recapturing joy in evangelism
How a story-telling approach, aware of secular mindsets, is more in keeping with how Jesus communicated 2000 years ago

8 'Listen to our stories - then choose to change'
A reflection on the recent ‘Celebrating, Surviving and Thriving: Women in Baptist Ministry’ conference

9 How to thrive (not just survive) at university
Baptist minister Michael Shaw has this message for new students and their sending churches this summer

10 Mindful worship - wider than any style
What does mindful worship look like?


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Baptist Times, 30/12/2018
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Rich Blake-Lobb, pastor of Yiewsley Baptist Church, reflects on the hustings hosted by his church
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
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