Review of the year 2020
Highlighting the ten most clicked pieces in The Baptist Times this year
Why is it SO challenging to live through this pandemic?
A look at four psychological processes that are at work within us that combine to make this an extremely taxing time on our brains. By Darren Blaney
Caring for your pastors through COVID19
This is an extremely pressurised situation for our pastoral caregivers. Amie Aitken offers some pointers to consider when it comes to caring for them
Baptist Union Presidency for Geoff Colmer
Baptists have discerned that Geoff Colmer will serve as our President in 2021-2022
We want different things
Why we have to form churches that are not based on what Christians like, but on what non-Christians need the church to be. By Michael Shaw
Scenario planning for an unknown future
What will your church look like after the pandemic is over? Darren Blaney highlights different scenarios to consider
Finding the inner cathedral of peace
Baptist minister Shaun Lambert offers some simple but profound spiritual exercises to help handle heightened anxiety and stress during this Coronavirus pandemic
'A great servant of God and of the British Baptist family'
Tributes have been paid to the Revd Douglas Sparkes, who died on New Year’s Day aged 92
'The response was truly overwhelming'
An NHS nurse and Baptist church member has spoken of her appreciation after six artists painted her portrait during the Covid-19 pandemic
‘I can’t breathe…’
Justice Enabler Wale Hudson-Roberts reflects on the death of George Floyd - and how Baptists might respond
Why I donated my kidney
At the forefront of my mind was Jesus’ call to disciples to “deny themselves, take up their cross and follow me”, writes Joe Walsh from South Parade Baptist Church