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  • After the vacation

    Posted: 24 July 2017 by Cynthia and Ian...

    Dear friends, We are back in Nepal following a wonderful vacation to the USA.  It was a great balance between family and friends and some time to just ourselves to explore some different parts of the States.  We stayed with Cynthia’s...

  • On Humility

    Posted: 23 July 2017 by Andy and Jenny ...

    Preaching on humility, I felt I needed to correct the pastor who kept introducing me as Professor Saunders. I also often get called Sir Andy which doesn’t help my humbleometer. Little did I know that I was going to encounter a perfect example...

  • Reflections on Fear and Faith

    Posted: 20 July 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Arthur Brown “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?” Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest...

  • Teacher! Leave those kids alone…

    Posted: 19 July 2017 by Daniel and Regi...

    The joys of being back at school during your holidays One of our seminary principal’s areas of expertise is working in schools. Normally, schools in Arequipa will not open their doors to evangelical groups, so Pastor Julio was very pleased...

  • Flooding

    Posted: 19 July 2017 by Alan and Megan ...

    Yes, Nepal does have serious issues with floods and landslides at the moment, but I am thinking of a different kind of flooding. It is a term used in psychiatry – well, it used to be. It’s a technique to help people get over phobias. So...

  • Back to ‘Arry’s Keeper

    Posted: 18 July 2017 by Daniel and Regi...

    In the first weeks of July we were back in Arequipa, 2300-2600 metres up in the Andes in Southern Peru. We were travelling with a group of students on a missionary journey, part of a project sponsored by BMS to give them practical experience. We...

  • Them masters of the theological universe

    Posted: 18 July 2017 by Daniel and Regi...

    One of the aims of the Masters course at the Seminary is to prepare the theological leadership of the Baptist denomination, hence in creating assessments I have sought to help develop the necessary skills for such leadership. For this reason our...

  • Hospitality in an Age of Terror

    Posted: 13 July 2017 by Arthur and Loui...

    By Suzie Lahoud “By the exercise of hospitality we come to the knowledge of Christ.” – Augustine[1] The week that the controversial US travel and immigration ban was first issued, I sat in my living room in Lebanon with a Syrian...

  • This is the day that the Lord has made

    Posted: 12 July 2017 by Kathryn Smith

      Amongst all the advice I was given as I was preparing for mission, the one piece that was probably said to me the most was to ‘take each day as it comes and not to think too far ahead’. However, as someone who is a planner this...

  • In obedience to Baptism as a church Ordinance

    Posted: 6 July 2017 by Benon Kayanja

    Last Saturday was a powerful day as new converts at Sanctuary of Worship (SOW) were introduced to the practice and the significance of one of the vital church ordinances of Baptism. The Vision of the Global Outreach Day (G.O.D) for the year 2017 as...

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