EBWU elects new leadership

Margaret Brown - June 06, 2013

Approximately 140 women (and a few men) from 36 countires gathered in Hannover, Germany for the European Baptist Women's Union (EBWU) quinquennial conference.

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Serbian Baptists remember the Edict of Milan

Paul Hobson, based on the report by Emanuel Ralevic - June 05, 2013

The pivotal role Roman Emperor Constantine played in the growth of the Christian faith featured in a recent conference hosted by Baptists in Serbia – including the fact that his influence has yet to be fully realised in much of Eastern Europe.

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We mustn’t give up on Christians in Syria

Blog: God and Politics in the UK - April 26, 2013

It’s over two years now since the beginnings of the Syrian civil war and yet it still continues to make the headlines for all the wrong reasons. It’s a horrendous situation that only appears to get progressively worse. With an autocratic regime on one side and disparate rebel groups with mixed motivations and loyalties on the other with neither willing to back down or compromise, what hope can there be?

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