In the first of a three-part series, guest writer Elizabeth Seering reflects on why we must depend on Christ to fulfill the calling to make disciples at home.
Author, speaker and Bible teacher Teresa Brown offers a preview of some of the things she’ll share at this year’s N.C. Baptist Women’s Retreat, which is coming up in October.
Tracy McKenzie of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary walks through 2 Timothy 2:2, the theme verse for this year's Annual Meeting and the introduction to our Pray for 30 Days campaign.
September marks the beginning of a month-long emphasis for the North Carolina Missions Offering, an annual offering that supports numerous ministries across the state and beyond.
Keynote speakers Naghmeh Abedini and Teresa Brown will share life lessons and biblical advice for living faithfully in the midst of trials at this year's N.C. Baptist Women's Retreat.
Make plans to attend the Building Faith-Filled Families conference in September to learn how churches and families can work together in making disciples at home.
One of the greatest joys in life is to see a child grow in their understanding of the things of God and come to express a genuine growing faith in Jesus Christ, writes Milton Hollifield.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey resident Paul Kenny’s life was changed after meeting some volunteers from the North Carolina Baptist Men and Women disaster relief ministry.
Instead of closing its doors, one High Point church found a way to leave a legacy by helping launch four new churches and a homeless ministry to serve its community.
As our state continues to become more diverse, it is important that our churches and convention leadership also reflect that diversity, writes Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
Thousands of students attending camp at Fort Caswell this summer are learning that following Christ is so much more exciting than anything the world may promise.
Here are five biblical prayer points that every believer, family and church needs to be praying in response to the spiritual crisis facing the Church and our present culture.
The proposed $29.5 million budget for 2016 would increase giving to missions through the Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention by 3 percent.
You don't have to be a NASCAR fan to attend Mission City Church, but it surely helps. The church, which launched last year, meets at the headquarters of Joe Gibbs Racing in Huntersville.
The 2015 Southern Baptist Convention theme of Great Awakening permeated every aspect of this year’s annual meeting, writes BSCNC leader Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
The empty tomb is a declaration of independence, writes Dr. Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
BSCNC executive director-treasurer Milton A. Hollifield Jr. has issued a statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on same-sex marriage.
Summer provides some great opportunities to build relationships with your friends and neighbors who may not know Christ. Here are some ideas to get the conversation started.
Many North Carolina Baptists were among the thousands of messengers at this year's Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio, who prayed for the next Great Awakening.
As we celebrate Father's Day, remember that God gives us a picture in Luke 15 of what a perfect father is like, writes Executive Director-Treasurer Milton Hollifield.