|How British Baptists Responded to World War I|
By: Jonathan Barr
The outbreak of World War I shattered hopes for peace, of Baptists and many others, which had been maintained and nurtured even as the storms of war gathered offshore. Read More ...
|Baptists Around the World Avoid Cultural Groupthink|
By: Sam Chaise
The Baptist World Alliance's annual gathering is a place where Baptist leaders can gather to avoid cultural groupthink and come to a deeper and richer understanding of their faith. Read More ...
|Human Trafficking: European Baptists' Anti-Trafficking Network|
By: Marion Carson
For nearly a decade, the European Baptist Federation has worked to thwart modern-day slavery through its anti-trafficking network. While the work is overwhelming, God continues to be at work. Read More ...
|Monastic Living, Even Briefly, Can Be Truly Enriching|
By: Neville Callam
Most of us keep quite busy in our fast-paced society. However, if you have the opportunity to experience the life of diverse monastic communities, you will find it a profoundly enriching experience. Read More ...
|Hugh Stowell Brown: Gospel Preacher, Friend of the Poor|
By: Wayne Clarke
Hugh Stowell Brown, a Baptist minister in the United Kingdom in the mid- to late 1800s, led the cause of gospel preaching and Christian social action from his Liverpool church. Read More ...
|For One Young Mom, Human Trafficking is All Too Real|
By: Marion Carson
Human trafficking is a faraway problem for most of us. But for young women like Lydia in Moldova, it's all too real. The HIV-positive mom worries who will care for her daughter when she's gone. Read More ...
|Despite Naysayers, Women Served in Ministry for Centuries|
By: Joe LaGuardia
Even though some haven't welcomed women in ministry in recent years, women have been included in leadership in Baptist life since the 1600s. And they'll continue to bless the church for years to come. Read More ...
|An Open Door, A Place of Welcome and Hope|
By: Bob Newell
For seven years, a painting of an open door at PORTA—the Albania House in Athens has been a symbol of welcome motivated by Jesus' love. Now a closed but unlatched door is replacing it. Read More ...
|John Wilson: A Pastor Connected to His Community|
By: Israel Olofinjana
Serving more than 60 years as pastor of one church, John Wilson was one of 19th-century England's most significant church and public leaders; he was engaged and connected with his community. Read More ...