Approximately 140 women (and a few men) from 36 countires gathered in Hannover, Germany for the European Baptist Women's Union (EBWU) quinquennial conference.
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.
The Revd Lynn Green has been unanimously elected as the next general secretary of the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
The Baptist World Alliance has drawn up a Report detailing religious freedom violations affecting Baptist pastors and congregations in Azerbaijan which has been sent to various national delegations at the United Nations in Geneva.
A much loved leader and elder statesman of the Swedish Baptist Union has died. Former General Secretary David Lagergren passed away on Saturday, May 4, at the age of 94 in Stockholm.
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?
Baptists across Europe have committed to pooling their knowledge and contacts in the battle against human trafficking.
The Revd Jenni Entrican has been officially elected as the next Vice President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
The Lebanese Ministry of Education announced April 22nd as the National Day for Students with Learning Difficulties, an initiative led by Lebanese Society for Education and Social Development.
A new Baptist Heritage Centre which brings the story of BMS World Mission to life has opened - just yards from the very first meeting of the organisation more than 200 years ago.