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Bread of Heaven

I’ve started … so I’ll finish

October 19th, 2016 by Peter Baker

“I’ve started … so I’ll finish “was the catchphrase associated with the original Grand Inquisitor of Mastermind, Magnus Magnusson. When Paul reflects on the progress of the gospel in the first European Church at Philippi he affirms in chapter one of his letter “The One who began a good work in you will bring it… Read more

The Government is upon His shoulders

June 24th, 2016 by Peter Baker

“Things fall apart, the centre cannot hold”! Really? “The Government is upon His shoulders …. and He will be called the Prince of Peace” I have tried to avoid personal public comment on the Referendum, until today. My instinct has always been to want people to listen to my preaching rather than my politics. And… Read more

Visit to Lyon Church

June 8th, 2016 by Peter Baker

From Peter Baker: Meet the Mission Team – Nicky Davies and Peter Baker. It’s the quality not the quantity that matters! The purpose of our Mission was twofold. On the one hand to visit An and Sa in order to strengthen the partnership between their Church (the Evangelical Free Church of Lyon) and Lansdowne; while… Read more

The French Connection

February 3rd, 2016 by Peter Baker

For those of you unfamiliar with the story so far, here’s a recap. We have a family in Lyon France, An. & Sa. They have been Partners with Lansdowne for many years, serving in North Africa before moving to an exciting ministry in Lyon. Sa. is Syrian and something of her story became a blog… Read more

Entente Cordiale

December 1st, 2015 by Peter Baker

After several months in the making, I am delighted to announce the first twinning arrangement between Lansdowne Church and Eglise Evangélique Libre de Lyon. Frédéric Sépari and Sylvain Guiton are the pastors of the church with which the Partners An. & Sa are actively involved. A personal visit last year to the An. & Sa, sparked… Read more

The Past is not a Foreign Country

June 26th, 2014 by Peter Baker

To speak with Sa. is to connect with a narrative which takes us right back to the Apostle Paul, the early Church and the primitive beginnings of Christianity. This is a woman who lived not that far from Straight Street in Damascus. As a girl she walked beneath the house of Ananias, where Paul escaped… Read more

Breakfast in Bonn

February 20th, 2014 by Peter Baker

The last few days have been a whirlwind of impressions and conversations with members of the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA) whose United Nations Committee has been meeting in the International Institute for Religious Liberty. My main purpose for being here has been to encourage the Associate General Secretary General of this globally significant Christian organisation,… Read more

OTHERS

September 2nd, 2013 by Peter Baker

William Booth was asked by his administrative assistant to send a brief telegram of encouragement to all Salvation Army workers across the world.

He searched for one word which would summarise the implications of the good news of Jesus.

Then he wrote…

Confessions of a Pastor

June 12th, 2013 by Peter Baker

Questions of personal identity run right through us every day. On Saturday afternoon June 8 at about 3:45 I had to answer the question before 350 people…

Bread of Heaven – Peter Baker’s blog continues

May 8th, 2013 by Luke Wakeford

Peter Baker’s blog now has a new home too. Bookmark the blog page to keep up to date with Peter’s thoughts and insights. If you’re the techy type you can subscribe to the blog feed.

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