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New ordering method for NCMO materials

A new approach to ordering materials promoting the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO) is being followed this year. Churches which ordered NCMO materials in either 2012 or 2011 will...[more]


Transformed by missions, students become...

During his three years as a student at Chowan University, Austin Tallant has participated in mission trips to Haiti, Cuba and New York City. “There is nothing in this world better than...[more]


Baptists share how CP fuels missions,...

Missionary testimonies during the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in Houston, Texas, challenged messengers to do more to advance the gospel through the Cooperative Program[more]


N.C. Baptists recognized for missions giving

North Carolina Baptists led the Southern Baptist Convention in their support for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering in 2012. The churches of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina...[more]


Akin calls believers to live in pursuit of...

As an honors engineering student at the University of London and an accomplished pianist James Fraser was well on his way to a successful life. After Fraser felt God calling him to devote...[more]


Luter calls for unity, love for one another

With the spiritual pulse of the nation and world at an all-time low, Fred Luter challenged Southern Baptists to answer this question: Is the church making a difference?[more]


Preach through pain, preach the gospel...

At age 17 Greg Laurie heard the gospel preached on his high school campus and committed his life to Jesus Christ. Two years later he began a Bible study of about 30 people, which eventually...[more]


Women’s conference to encourage spiritual legacy

The Sept. 6-7 conference will be held at Ridgecrest Conference Center and focus on Psalm 78:4, which encourages believers to tell of God’s great work from one generation to the next.[more]


Why 8 population centers?

A few weeks ago I was driving on Market Street in Greensboro and passed by the location where, as a child, I went to my first drive-in movie with my parents. Back then it was a field just a...[more]


The Great Commission in North Carolina

Our state’s growing diversity provides churches an opportunity to reach the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ without ever leaving North Carolina. [more]


Summit brings together Moldovan camps, leaders

During the Soviet Union days camps were not usually viewed positively, as these “Pioneer” camps sought to indoctrinate children with Soviet Union beliefs and systems. [more]


Annual meeting to focus on living for God's...

Last year, as North Carolina Baptists across the state prayed for God to pour out His Spirit and bring spiritual revival among His people, they also committed to return to God in personal...[more]


Board hears financial, committee reports

In Acts 16, Paul was in Troas when he experienced a vision in the night of a man from Macedonia crying out for help. Paul immediately traveled to Macedonia; he ran to the cry for help. [more]


Board endorses five-year strategy to impact...

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) continues moving forward with a new strategy and staff structure that focuses on assisting churches to impact lostness and make...[more]


NCBM disaster relief volunteers assisting in...

North Carolina Baptist Men (NCBM) disaster relief volunteers are responding to a request from the Oklahoma Baptist disaster relief team for assistance in the wake of the May 20 tornado that...[more]


What is a disciple-making culture?

For three years I lived in New Orleans. Now that's a place with a distinct culture! Historically, Monday in the “Big Easy” was wash day and with it came the tradition of eating red beans...[more]


'First Week' is opportunity to serve...

When Sammy Joo arrived in the United States 12 years ago from South Korea to attend Golden Gate Seminary he came with his wife, infant child and all the belongings they could squeeze in two...[more]


First Week in the U.S.

"First Week in the U.S." is an effort of church volunteers to welcome incoming international students during their first week in the United States in hopes of making the transition smooth...[more]


Hunt says leadership is crucial to...

With nearly 900 churches closing each year and 72 percent of Southern Baptist Convention churches plateaued or declining, church revitalization is critical to reaching North America with...[more]


Sei Hun Kim named Heritage Award winner

GREENSBORO – When Sei Hun Kim came to the United States from Thailand in 1973 he came with a dream to become a millionaire. Yet, soon after arriving in the United States, he met a Southern...[more]


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