Dr. R. Albert Mohler Jr. serves as president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – the flagship school of the Southern Baptist Convention and one of the largest seminaries in the world.
Since 1809, we have sought, under God, to put the Bible into people’s hands and hearts. We work so that all people can have the Bible in a language they understand, a form they can access and at an affordable price, to aid genuine encounters with God.
We are an evangelical church that believes that the Bible is God's Word. We are a Jesus-focused church that believes that Jesus lived a perfect life, died a violent death, was raised to glorious life, and ascended to heaven to rule forever. We are a radical church that believes that these facts should change everything about the way we live today. We are a grace-filled church that believes no one is beyond the reach of God's love and mercy. We are a charismatic church that believes that God fills people with his Holy Spirit and does extraordinary things through very ordinary people.
Mission Eurasia (formerly Russian Ministries) was founded in 1991 just after the collapse of the Soviet Union by Reverend Peter and Anita Deyneka to react quickly and decisively to new opportunities for evangelism and church-planting in this former communist empire.
Restored is an international Christian alliance working to transform relationships and end violence against women.
Insight for Living UK, the Bible-teaching ministry of Charles R. Swindoll and Dr Terry Boyle, is committed to excellence in communicating the truths of Scripture and the person of Jesus Christ in an accurate, clear, and practical manner so that people will come to an understanding of God’s plan for their lives, as well as their significant role as authentic Christians in a needy, hostile, and desperate world.
Resound Worship is a collective of British worship songwriters, established in 2006, seeking to resource the church with songs that engage heart, mind and soul. Songs we love to sing, that deeply feed us. These songs are birthed in the local church and then refined by a process of collaboration and peer critique through our songwriting groups, before they are shared more widely on our website.
BIG Ministries have been around since November 2004 and became an independent charity in 2006. Since then we have worked with a range of churches and organisations around the UK putting on events, big and small. In 2014 we ceased to be an independent charity as we became a part of Youth For Christ, heading up their 7-11's department.