- Church Planting
Church Planting in North Carolina reaches many ethnic groups with the gospel, as well as many unchurched communities and unreached population segments.
Discipleship is foundational to our charter to assist North Carolina Baptist churches in creating a disciple-making culture by utilizing various ministry tools, strategies and programs to help people grow in Christ. Our focus is on resourcing ministry leaders so that they are best equipped to help people grow as disciples and make disciples in their homes, churches and communities.
Evangelism is about impacting lostness with the hope of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Evangelism is fundamental to North Carolina Baptists. Our goal is to help churches and associations practice intentional, effective evangelism and to assist churches in becoming intentionally effective evangelistic churches.
Missions is the utilization of biblically sound and culturally relevant strategies, methodologies and resources as the church glorifies God by striving to fulfill the Great Commission; intentionally proclaiming the gospel of Christ to all peoples and nations and by intentionally making mature, reproducing disciples of those who profess faith in Jesus Christ.
The Great Commission
This video challenges your church to change the way it approaches missions.
Acts 1:8 Mission Strategy
A planning guide to help your church impact lostness.
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Focus on Toronto Podcast
A Northest Church Planting monthly podcast with Michael Sowers
focuses on disciple-making and impacting lostness.
NC Baptists are taking the next step to impact lostness.
May 29 - May 31
2015 Hispanic Young Adults Conferen...
May 29 - May 30
Brushy Mountain Baptist Association...
June 05 - June 07
Western Happiness Retreat
July 03 - July 04
July 24 - July 26
Happiness Retreat 1
God has moved in the hearts of His people during the recent 50 Days of Intercession for Hispanic Church Planting prayer emphasis. Here are a few ideas to consider as next steps.
During its May meeting, the BSCNC Board of Directors took action on several items and heard encouraging reports about Cooperative Program giving and the disciple-making strategy.
The BSCNC Board of Directors voted to sell the former Baptist campus ministry property at UNC-Chapel Hill to the Carolina Christian Study Center for $1.55 million.
The BSCNC Board of Directors voted to transfer administration and oversight of the annual Baptist college scholarship program from the convention to the North Carolina Baptist Foundation.