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Stories from the Ground

This edition of our magazine has a focus on listening, exploring and understanding.

The following stories from members of our Baptist family share reflections of ways in which they have been working and walking together.
Stories Honeycombed life
Living a more honeycombed life?
Andy Goodliff on how Baptist churches in Southend have sought to work and walk together More ...
Stories Invest in the kingdom
“People wanted to invest in the Kingdom”
Supported by other Christians, a small Baptist church in Oxford raised £500,000 in a week. Robin Peake shares the story. More ...
Stories Helping us settle
“It is helping us settle and integrate”
How people from Hong Kong have benefitted from conversation classes hosted at Tyndale Baptist Church in Bristol. More ...
'What is God saying to me and what am I going to do in response?”   
How Crossgates Community is deepening faith through regular connection and conversation More ...

For other articles from this edition, please see the Current edition section.
A printed copy of the magazine is being sent to each minister, church secretary and church treasurer and additional copies are available to purchase from our online shop.
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The disruption of the pandemic resulted in Little Kingshill Baptist Church bringing a much-needed amenity to its village. Interview with Martin Hatfield
How Gorse Hill Baptist Church in Swindon has moved to meet community needs over the last year. Interview with Heather Prictor
Justice Enabler Wale Hudson-Roberts also serves as the minister of John Bunyan Baptist Church in Oxford. He explains how the church is exploring its response to a post-pandemic future
With restrictions lifting, and church buildings now open again, how has Covid-19 affected Oadby Baptist Church’s online services? Interview with Tom Cox
Sue and Arnie Hensby had seen several families join their growing church prior to the pandemic. They explain how they adapted the children’s ministry at Sutton St James Baptist Church during the lockdown restrictions.