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EBF Easter Message

Tony Peck, EBF General Secretary - March 29, 2018

Last week our EBF Executive met in Elstal, Germany. We shared the many encouraging signs of God’s presence among us, we prayed for wisdom to face and overcome some of the challenges before us, and we especially remembered our churches who will make their Easter witness in the midst of persecution and conflict.

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'Transformed' in Lebanon

David R Mayne, Tansform participant, Lead Pastor of Shoeburyness & Thorpe Baptist Church, UK - March 17, 2018

Having previously gathered in Vienna and Yerevan, last week saw eleven younger leaders from across the EBF gather in Beirut for the next session of the EBF Transform programme. Transform brings together young women and men from across all the regions of the EBF to learn and share together about various aspects of leadership.

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BWA UN rep to receive human rights award

Baptist World Alliance® - March 07, 2018

Christer Daelander, a Baptist World Alliance representative to the United Nations (UN) and religious freedom representative of the European Baptist Federation (EBF), is the nominee for the 2018 Denton and Janice Lotz Human Rights Award.

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EBF Christmas Message

Tony Peck, EBF General Secretary - December 19, 2017

In the Bible the land of Egypt is a powerful symbol of the liberation of God’s people from slavery and the journey to the promised land, in what we call the Exodus. Egypt also has its place in the Christmas story.

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'Multiply' in Moscow

Daniel Trusiewicz, EBF Mission Coordinator - December 11, 2017

The Russian Baptist Union organized the Mission Conference “Multiply” from November 29 – December 2, 2017 in Moscow, Russia. It commenced with the grand presentation of M4 church planting program by Josif Makarenko, the mission director and Aleksey Smirnov, the Union’s president preaching on the Great Commission.

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Anabaptism: a living tradition inspiring the church in Belgrade

Alexandra Ellish - December 01, 2017

Alexandra Ellish: The subject which most captured the imaginations and enthusiasm of the church in Belgrade centred around a key Anabaptist conviction: that Jesus in the person of the Holy Spirit is present and active in every member of the church community and that each person has something to give, say or contribute in the life of the community.

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