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A Certain Sound

In these days of spiritual declension the last thing we need is more uncertainty. The need of the hour is a clear call to renewed passion for growing leaders, planting churches and reaching nations – A Certain Sound. Please email us today if you would like to attend this important conference.

Joint Worship Service and Fellowship on Saturday 28th January 2012

Click here for a printable A4 poster. Grace Baptist Partnership will have a joint worship service at Grace Community Church (Richings Park) on 28 January 2012 beginning at 3:00pm. After the service we will enjoy a bring and share meal. The day will include preaching, music, testimonies, prayer time and a special feature. Do make…
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Church Planting from 1 Corinthians 2:1-5

For several years I have had the privilege of participating in church planting and have watched as church planting has become a major topic at Christian meetings of all kinds. The heightened interest in the subject is indeed encouraging, but there are dangers to this growing interest. Read more.

A Life Changed – The Testimony of Anita Kupfermann

Barry King, GBP General Secretary and John McDonald, GBM Mission Coordinator recently came into contact with some friends at the heart of a struggle for Biblical reformation in Germany. The testimony of Anita Kupfermann is sending shock waves through the churches of Germany. Her complete testimony was published in German in “Bibel und Gemeinde” in the October 2011 issue. This English translation is published here in hopes of encouraging prayer for Anita and others like her who are standing for Biblical orthodoxy in Germany.

Partnership Update – 1st November 2011

We rejoice in the positive feedback from the first two monthly meetings in Gloucester. Trinity Baptist Church (as one would expect) has done an outstanding job hosting the sessions. Phil Heaps, from Grace Church, Westerleigh (near Bristol), has helped the men to understand and put into practice basic principles of Biblical exegesis. Read more.

No Work Too Hard for Him

Recently, as I prepared to lead a service, I was singing a few songs by myself when I came to the spiritual song “Be Still for the Presence of the Lord”. As I came to the last verse the words hit me hard and highlighted a weakness in myself and I am sure one that many of us have experienced. Read more.

Lessons in Church Planting – A burdened worker

What kind of a worker does it take to plant a Biblical church?

Featured Church – North Watford

Grace Baptist Church | North Watford [singlepic id=53 w=320 h=240 mode=web20 float=right]Watford is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, England, situated 20 miles (32 km) northwest of central London and within the bounds of the M25 motorway. The borough is separated from Greater London to the south by the urbanised parish of Watford Rural in…
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Resources for Church Planters – Biblical Exegesis and Soteriology

Last month the men who attended the Basic Training for Church Planters in London were blessed to learn about Biblical Exegesis and Soteriology (The Doctrine of Salvation). The study notes have been kindly made available by Pastor Barry King and Nathan Xiques. See below: The Principles of Biblical Exegesis (PDF) By Pastor Barry King Soteriology…
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Lessons in Church Planting – Training

A church planter can certainly benefit from general theological training which might be gained through his home church or by correspondence course or attending Bible college, but he also needs some specific training and direction in the area of church planting and this is best achieved by working with a more experienced church planter. Paul…
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