The annual Julian Gwyn Essay Prize in Baptist and Anabaptist History and Thought, in the amount of $250 (CDN), will be awarded for the best article approved for publication.
In June 2016, I traveled to Lebanon for 2 weeks with others from across Canada. In addition to attending the annual Middle East Consultation meetings, CBM coordinated for visits with our Baptist ministry partners, churches and other agencies who are working with refugees seeking asylum… Read More »
I am drawn to the idea of prayer as being “with God.” I don’t think we should see prayer as an activity to change the mind of God or, to get what we want. The truth is prayer is more like a deep relationship with… Read More »
We’re continuing our series of baptism updates. You can read previous stories here: https://baptist-atlantic.ca/news/baptism-stories; https://baptist-atlantic.ca/news/baptisms-its-in-our-name. The total reported at that time was 118 baptisms from 34 churches that reported. Here are more stories we recently received: The Point Church (Rev. Kevin Matthews): Baptized = 19…. Read More »
It’s fall again and that means another LINK retreat for our Clergy Teens and this year we were back at Camp Wildwood in Bouctouche, just outside Moncton, New Brunswick. It is always good to be at Camp Wildwood, because Geoff and his staff look after… Read More »
We continue to share stories of baptisms as you send them in. While we love to hear the numbers, we love getting the stories. Hearing the stories of God changing lives, making that public declaration that Jesus’s love changed a life – this is what… Read More »
We’re excited to announce that we’re moving … finally!! This has been a long time coming! From the initial proposal to sell, to the actual permission given by the churches, to the offer, to the first announcement of the move, the delays, the further delays,… Read More »
In the event of a Canada Post strike (possible as early as Monday, October 22nd), we want you to know that there are still ways for you to get in touch with us and give to the CBAC. Regular communication will still come via email… Read More »