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January 2018
Articles > World Mission

Grace Baptist Mission thanksgiving services2

‘The cannibals! The cannibals will eat you!’ That was how an elderly brother warned John G. Paton as he was about to set off as a missionary to the South Sea Islands in the nineteenth century. Undeterred, off he went, facing many difficulties and distresses, and laboured there for 40 years. Cannibals are no…

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January 2018
Articles > Ecclesiological & Pastoral

Seeking, speaking and winning2

They will be missing from our churches next Sunday: that wide variety of individuals — the ‘down and outs’, ‘up and outs’, and all others in between. But one thing is for sure, whether up or down, they are most definitely ‘out’; the majority totally ignorant of the real gospel, living with a blatant…

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November 2017
Articles > Asia > Mongolia

Building for the future in Mongolia

Welcome to Mongolia: a country with as many people as Wales, spread across an area four times the size of Germany and almost seven times the size of the UK! Perhaps you’ve never noticed Mongolia on a map, enveloped by borders with Russia and China, and yet it’s time to start taking note of…

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September 2017
Articles > World Mission > Europe > Moldova

Moldova (2)

Donald J. Morrison continues his report on gospel ministry to Romanians and Russians in Moldova’s rural countryside.. As we went around the village of Baurci Moldoveni with gospel materials, it was evident that the folk there had their own problems. Some of these, sadly, they have brought upon themselves. I found that alcohol addiction…

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August 2017
News > People > Obituaries

Antony Simon (1967–2017)

On Monday 29 May, while on a mission trip to the northern part of Iraq, evangelist-pastor Antony Simon was killed in a car accident. Tony and two colleagues were crossing a busy road, after preaching at a small church and handing out audio-Bibles and humanitarian aid. There was no street lighting and by the…

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July 2017
News > Events

Event – European School open day

On 6 May 2017, the European School of Biblical Studies (formerly the EMF School of Biblical Studies) held its annual open day at Welwyn Evangelical Church. As the guests flooded in, so did the extra seats to accommodate the 200 or so guests who had come to hear from this year’s students and from…

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June 2017
News > Education

Education – EMF student intake

Students on this year’s European Mission Fellowship course are predominantly from the UK, with just one each from France, Luxembourg, Poland and the Ukraine, and two from Portugal. From France, 22-year-old David Jaeg from Morschwiller-le-Bas (Mulhouse), was recommended to the school by his pastor of La maison de l’Evangile, Olivier Favre. The church, which…

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