In this column, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and the missionaries it supports.
A young man with North Carolina roots is committed to starting a new church in Brooklyn, New York.
From Dec. 4-11, the International Missions Board will hold a week of prayer for missionaries who serve overseas thanks to gifts from the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.
A missions team from Grace Baptist Church in China Grove partnered with Christian Bible Church in New York to reach the city for Christ.
This month, we’ve put together our top five resources to help you grow God's Kingdom and disciple those around you.
Watch or download videos of the sermons from David Platt, Milton Hollifield and Timmy Blair preached at this year’s Annual Meeting, held Nov. 14-15 in Greensboro.
At Annual Meeting, attendees embarked on a bus tour around Greensboro to pray for needs in church planting, revitalization, church bodies, unreached peoples and college campuses.
The purpose of Advent is to look toward the coming of Christ to earth. Here are a host of resources to help in worship planning or church and family devotions during this season.
The Fair Labor Standard Act has just been amended, and its changes may impact your ministry and congregation.
Cameron McGill, Joel Stephens and J.D. Grant were elected to convention leadership positions at Annual Meeting.
Following Hurricane Matthew's devastating effects in North Carolina, Baptists on Mission commits to serving the area for the next few years.
In this column, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. talks about the great need for adoption within North Carolina.
Messengers approved an increased Cooperative Program budget of $30.375 million for 2017 and other measures during this year's Annual Meeting in Greensboro.
During the annual convention sermon, International Mission Board President David Platt shared three reasons why we must be willing to sacrifice for the sake of the gospel.
During his Annual Meeting report, BSCNC leader Milton A. Hollifield Jr. challenged messengers to take the gospel to those from backgrounds that differ from their own.
David Platt preaches the convention sermon, messengers elect new officers and pass the 2017 Cooperative Program budget on the second day of the 186th Annual Meeting.
More than 1,000 messengers gathered for the opening session of the 186th annual Baptist State Convention of North Carolina's Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 in Greensboro.
Members of the Executive Committee heard updates and testimonies about Hurricane Matthew disaster relief during their meeting on Nov. 14 prior to this year's Annual Meeting.
Speaker Carolyn McCulley encouraged attendees to rest in the Lord’s provision in the midst of life’s challenges during this year’s N.C. Baptist women’s retreat.
In this video, Bruce Ashford of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares how the gospel brings hope to American politics and informs our political interactions.