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Feature articles published in 2017 

 
Why there is much to learn from clocks, old and new
'The church planters are highly dedicated and have excellent influence on local people' - a spotlight on Baptist church planters in Moldova
How to go about rediscovering contemplative prayer
Baptist churches can genuinely help those leaving prison by partnering with the Langley House Trust, a leading offender rehabilitation charity
Four BMS World Mission workers are meeting the physical and spiritual needs of struggling communities in the post-conflict north of Uganda
Vicki Gibson was Head of Philosophy and Religion and a school chaplain before taking early retirement to write children’s books
Having been involved with European Baptists for several decades, Alec Gilmore recently visited the IBTS Centre in Amsterdam for the first time
An interview with Peter Laws, writer, speaker and Baptist minister whose newly released debut crime thriller specifically explores baptism
Baptists have always insisted there is a vital role for the whole church together – and a significant place for some who have particular responsibilities
An interview with the co-editor of a new book which brings together serious theological and psychological reflection and analysis to mindfulness
Lizzie McNaught nearly died of anorexia. Now a hospital doctor, she wants to help others in the grip of the disease
Were it not for the presence of ordinary Christians, the whole of Eastern Ukraine would descend into complete chaos
What happened when a Muslim man saw Jesus in a dream: a testimony from North Africa
Why going on a BMS World Mission Insight Team is a great way for your church to engage more in world mission
Hazel Southam had always been scared of horses – until one helped her through the hardest year of her life
An interview with Paul Goodliff on his latest book, which explores how we form Christian ministers
Key message from conference of Hope into Action, which provides homes in partnership with local churches
The latest Baptists Together Magazine has been landing on people’s doorsteps in recent days - so what’s in this edition?
Cole Maynard, a Baptist army chaplain for 20 years, is currently on deployment in South Sudan
The winters may be icy, but Afghans are creative! Discover the innovative ways that these resilient people stay warm
China is not the first place churches think of when considering sending a team overseas
The latest blog from Baptist chaplain Cole Maynard, currently on deployment with the United Nations
A new resource to help churches experience multicultural worship and prayer
Commissioning, the President's address, a standing ovation - links to stories from the 2017 Baptist Assembly
What does it mean to walk mindfully and let go of disruptive patterns of thinking? An insight from Shaun Lambert
Writer and community activist Mark Yaconelli on the benefits of listening to each other's stories
DNA is a unique Christian discipleship year. A trainee and minister share their experiences
Dogs are reviled in many cultures – but that did not stop British engineers rescuing one. Baptist chaplain's latest blog
Interview with Stuart Hazeldine, director of The Shack, which opens in UK cinemas 9 June
The impact of Christians going into schools can be far reaching and cross-generational, writes Martin Sweet
A charity that seeks to support vulnerable children is increasingly drawing on the roots of its Baptist founder
A heavy downpour was another reminder of how much basic infrastructure South Sudan lacks, writes Cole Maynard
Gungor are trying to make music that connects people to God. Just don't label them 'Christian musicians'
Baptist chaplain Cole Maynard is inspired by the example of a Roman Catholic priest in a South Sudan refugee camp
Hearing from Christians in the Middle East prompts questions about the strength of our own calling and identity in Christ
After some senseless bullying in the South Sudan refugee camp, chaplain Cole Maynard witnesses something wonderful
A new publication seeks to explore what it means to be church in an experimental church plant
'I had appointed myself to try and make some things easier to understand for people outside' says Unapologetic author
Experiencing Greenbelt's rich variety and radical inclusion... and the quest to make the world a better place
BMS World Mission shares prayers for some of the most marginalised people and dangerous places in the world
Thoughts from a forum involving five Baptist pastors of churches experiencing unusual kingdom growth
Christians in Britain are transitioning from majority to minority status: it's a time to imagine new possibilities
By the end of the 18th century Baptist congregations were growing, new churches planted, and global mission pioneered
We need a mind-set, demographic, leadership and relational transition, writes General Secretary Lynn Green
An interview with Keith Clements, former general secretary of the Conference of European Churches
You may not think that you need legal cover, but without it, you could end up facing large legal bills
A brand new multi-volume showcases Charles Haddon Spurgeon's earliest sermons for the first time
The first ever national mindfulness day for Christians takes place next year - an interview with an organiser
The story of Community Money Advice (CMA) is one of vision, hope and the power of God’s grace
Baptist minister explains why his church has joined a new network helping churches develop their mission
Should the Church ever support war? No, argues Nick Megoran, author of Warlike Christians in an Age of Violence
How a Texan scientist approaches talking – and tackling – climate change in the context of her faith
Vicar and author Dave Tomlinson talks church for the outsider - and why he remains in the Church of England
How can we truly be present and not just buy presents this Christmas? By singing traditional carols together
Evangelist and former Baptist Union President Chris Duffett has penned a novel about the New Testament figure Philip
There is a lecture named after him, and modern Baptist historians cite his influence. Who was William Whitley?
How a Christian entrepreneur has created a fun and tangible way to support the long-term work of local homeless charities
 
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