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News

September 2020
News > Conferences

Banner of Truth moves online for conference: All things for good?

In June, the Banner of Truth held an online conference in place of its regular ministers’ conference, cancelled due to Covid-19. The question mark at the end of the conference title was deliberate. It was to highlight the fact that, in times of trouble, believers can easily question Paul’s great assertion in Romans 8…

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June 2019
News > Conferences

Banner of Truth youth conference attended by 300

Held over the first weekend in April, this year’s Banner of Truth conference took place at Yarnfield Park Training and Conference Centre in Staffordshire. It was heartening to see 300 people, aged 16 to 30, in attendance; the number has been increasing year on year. The conference is intended to encourage young Christians and…

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Review

December 2019
Reviews > Book

Let’s Study – James

The letter of James is frequently commended as a ‘practical’ book. But in this devotional commentary, Sinclair Ferguson is out to prove that its wise guidance is drawn from a weighty theology. The link between beliefs and behaviour is demonstrated ably in his treatment of James 2:14-26. Here Ferguson unpicks the difficult wording by…

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August 2018
Articles > World Mission > Europe > Northern Europe > Finland

Reformed Baptist church plant in Jyväskylä, Finland

It was November 2016 when I clicked a YouTube video, entitled ‘Paul Washer — shocking message’. I had just left from the youth night at the largest Pentecostal church in Finland where I served. When I got home, I fell on my knees and cried to God to save me and forgive me for…

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June 2017
News > Conferences

Conference – Banner of Truth minsters’ conference 2017

In a new departure for a conference that has always met at Leicester, this year’s conference from 24-27 April took place at Yarnwood Park in Staffordshire. Yarnwood is also used as a BT training centre. It is comfortable, with a high standard of catering and accommodation. There is plenty of related space for attendees…

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Review

Reviews > Book

Catch the Vision – Roots of the Reformed Recovery: the Men and Movements in the Mid 20th Century

Catch the vision is a fascinating read about notable leaders – such as Dr M. Lloyd-Jones, Geoffrey Williams, Iain Murray, John Murray and others – who were used mightily by God to revive Reformed, Puritan, experiential truth in mid-20th century UK and beyond. It presents instructively the various strands that were woven together in…

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