British Charity Urges Churches to House Vulnerable

It was getting late but Linda decided to try another hotel. Maybe she would have success with this one. She spoke to someone at the reception desk. They barely looked up before dismissing her, “No, we don’t have any jobs available.” Linda left,...

British Christians Speak Out for Religious Freedom

The Archbishop of Canterbury has called on politicians, the church and the media to speak out against the “creeping climate of fear and animosity” at the launch of a new partnership to address the growing problem of violence against Christians worldwide....

European Baptists Appeal to Russian, Ukrainian Baptists

The European Baptist Federation (EBF) has challenged Russian and Ukrainian Baptist leaders to issue a joint statement calling for peace while acknowledging their differences. The appeal comes from EBF general secretary Tony Peck and EBF president Otniel Bunaciu in...

Resolution Seeks Greater Religious Tolerance in Europe

The Council of Europe has adopted a new resolution calling for more acceptance of religious pluralism. The council is a human rights organization that promotes cooperation between European countries and “advocates freedom of expression and of the media, freedom...

How British Baptists Responded to World War I

A hundred years ago this August, the world sunk into the dark trauma of World War I—a conflict so costly and all-consuming that no one could be left untouched by its shadow. Millions of lives were cut short, and millions more scarred by the experience of battle. So...