The Hungarian Baptist Deaf Church has recently started to enter the international (European) arena with its ministry. Their aim is to increase awareness in other European countries, too, of the special needs and opportunities for ministering to people, who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Watch Tony Peck’s interview with Tugsuu Demberel (Mongolia/Austria) about the growth of Mongolian churches in Europe.
After many months of preparation, planning and prayer, the EBF Younger Leaders’ Programme TRANSFORM held its first meeting in Vienna, Austria, from 15-18 March. Present in Vienna were six men and five women who had been identified by their Baptist Unions or Conventions in Armenia, Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Great Britain, Lebanon, Turkey and the International Baptist Convention.
Robert Parham, founder and executive director of Baptist Center for Ethics, died March 5 at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after a prolonged illness. Friends and colleagues share their reflections on Parham's life, work, legacy and friendship.
Having been involved with European Baptists and their theological training for several decades, Alec Gilmore recently visited the IBTS Centre in Amsterdam for the first time.
EBF leaders discussed the pastoral and missional issues arising from churches’ response to the issue of homosexuality and how they relate to the homosexual men and women who may already be attending our churches.
Washington, DC (BWA)--Neville Callam has given notice of his intention to retire as general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance (BWA) on December 31, 2017.
A round-up of the 2016 European Baptist Federation Council, which took place in Tallinn, Estonia
At the initiative of the Good News Baptist Church of Skopje, the first All-Baptists of Macedonia conference was held on the 25th of September, 2016 commemorating 88 years since the establishment of the first Baptist church in Macedonia.
A new programme to invest in young Baptist leaders leaders will launch next March