A recent three-day consultation among six different “believers’ baptism” church traditions explored how ecumenical encounter has changed their thinking over the past 50 years.

Published in Theology

The FutureBaptists Convocation explores compelling visions for the half-century old North American Baptist Fellowship.

Published in Organizations

Fewer numbers at the Baptist World Alliance’s two signature events have strained financial resources, the BWA’s general secretary said.

Published in Organizations
Thursday, 09 April 2009 20:00

EASTER MEDITATION: Let us abound in hope!

Standing on the banks of the River Jordan recently, I had opportunity to offer reflections on how the water there helps convey the meaning of baptism.
Published in 2009 Archives
Friday, 28 October 2011 20:00

VIEWPOINT: Celebrating the Reformation?

On Oct. 30, many Baptist churches will observe Reformation Sunday. Is there value in celebrating an event that divided Christianity for the next several centuries? Have we taken into account the outcome of years of patient dialogue that yielded agreements between Catholics and Protestants?
Published in 2011 Archives
The story of the first Pentecost reminds us of the universality of the church’s mission.
Published in 2010 Archives
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 20:00

OPINION: When our eyes are open

Throughout the years, Baptists have affirmed the biblical teaching that the Holy Spirit gives gifts to the members of the church. These gifts are given for the building up of the body of Christ and for the work of ministry.

Published in 2011 Archives