Baptist Missions Blog

28-05-2021

Light At The End Of The Tunnel

Planting a church in South Donegal during a pandemic is like driving blind through a tunnel wondering if we’ll ever see the light of day. Matt shares an update on the gospel work in Bundoran.

Matt Tuttlebee
11-05-2021

Mission Started in Genesis

The account of the fall of man tells a lot about ourselves as human beings, it explains a lot about the mess the world is in today and it tells even more about God.

Paul McFarland
30-04-2021

Encouragement: Minor Profile - Major Impact

Your church & the missionaries that they support need your encouragement! Let's consider 3 ways from Acts by which Barnabas encouraged the church at Jerusalem & their outreach to the world.

David Dickson
16-04-2021

God's Mission and The Local Church: DEEP & WIDE (Part II)

Part II of Andrew Roycrot's look at God's mission and the local church.

Andrew Roycroft
30-03-2021

Country Profile: Spain

What is life like in Spain? Check out our Country Profile to learn more about the country of Spain and the people there.

12-03-2021

A Year in the Life

Church planting looks different in every context. Richard shares a year in the life of the new church-plant in South County Dublin.

Richard McConnell
23-02-2021

A Dual Approach

There is a direct link between the availability of trained pastors and the stability, health and outward vision of the churches. Andrew Reid explains a dual approach by the Evangelical School of Theology and the Federation of Independent Evangelical Churches which seeks to do something to meet this need.

Andrew Reid
10-02-2021

God's Mission and The Local Church: GROW (Part I)

What part am I to play, and what part can our church play in the work of reaching the lost with the gospel? Andrew Roycroft looks at God's global mission and the local church in a two part series.

Andrew Roycroft