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Firestarters is a community of churches, led by the leaders of some of the fastest growing churches in the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
Project:Vienna, a year long Bible school in Vienna, Austria, and organised by the Austrian Baptist Union, has been in full force the past 6 months. If these months could be described in one word it would be growth: growing in community, growing in friendships, growing in knowledge and growing in faith.
The Baptist Union of Albania is one of the smallest in Europe but very missions minded, as the existing churches are being multiplied.
Icelanders are resilient people. The surrounding sea, windy open fields and erupting volcanoes have strengthened their resistance to hardships and their capability to face the challenges. And even more, in the midst of an unpredictable environment they have learned to recognise and appreciate God’s grace and live it out for others.
On the 4th of December a strong Christmas statement signed by church leaders from Europe and beyond was jointly issued by the Churches’ Commission for Migrants in Europe (CCME) and the Conference of European Churches (CEC) and was presented to Mairead McGuinness, First Vice-President of the European Parliament in Brussels.
Living as a young follower of Christ in Israel today is not easy, as 98% of the population in the country are Jewish or Muslim. When a young adult decides to follow Christ, he or she is challenged to live against the tide, just like Daniel and his friends in the Old Testament had to daily decide to follow the Lord.
Kieryn Wurts, EBF FoRB Research Assistant introduces the international human rights framework as set out by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other international human rights agreements.
Teodor and Dimitrina Oprenov: "On behalf of the Bulgarian Baptists we would like to thank you all for your prayer support during these days when the religious freedom in Bulgaria is under threat."