After Oliver Cromwell died in 1658 and his son Richard stepped down from leadership, the crown was returned to Charles II in 1660. A number of Fifth Monarchists, led by the Baptist Thomas Venner and b … read more
From pupil to priest to Puritan to pastor, Benjamin Coxe’s history illustrates the tumultuous nature of seventeenth-century life. The shifting cultural, political, and religious forces of that time ar … read more
Pastors outside the US studying the Scriptures along with their copy of the PBPress edition of The First London Confession of Faith, 1646! What an encouragement to this ministry to see how the Lord is … read more
In reading the recent edition of The Pathway (Feb. 26, 2019), there was an article by Christopher Pearson entitled, "Early black Baptist missionaries inspire modern-day IMB personnel in Uganda." In th … read more
Enjoyed meeting new people and catching up with some familiar friends at the Midwest Founders Conference last week in Fenton, MO. The messages were a blessing and an encouragement in the Lord.