The theme for the 2016 North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO) is "Prepare the Way," which is based on Luke 10:1. The goal of this year's offering is $2.1 million.
When we give, we celebrate God’s very nature — His love, grace and kindness. Fittingly, this season is also the time when Southern Baptists give to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.
Watch the report that Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shared with messengers at the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Baptists from across North Carolina were challenged to go and make disciples during the 2015 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Annual Meeting held Nov. 2-3 in Greensboro.
Messengers heard reports related to impacting lostness through disciple-making, approved the 2016 budget and took action on several motions and resolutions on day two of the Annual Meeting.
More than 1,000 messengers from N.C. Baptist churches gathered in Greensboro on Monday, Nov. 2 for the opening of the 185th Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Annual Meeting.
North Carolina's 78 Baptist associations play a vital role in reaching people with the gospel and helping them grow as disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ, writes Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
By supporting the North Carolina Missions Offering, you support loving others and sharing the gospel in Jesus' name, writes BSCNC Executive Director-Treasurer Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
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.
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.
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 North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO) supports Kingdom work through a variety of ministries. Following are five reasons you should consider making a financial gift today.
In a first of its kind project, N.C. Baptist Men is supporting a new church plant by helping River of Life Church in Calabash construct its first worship center.
David and Janet Brown are the new camp leaders for the Shelby Mission Camp. David Brown is very familiar with the ministry of the Shelby Mission Camp as he’s been a missions leader for his...
Fourteen Asian Baptist churches teamed up to deliver 500 meals to Asian refugees in an apartment complex near downtown Charlotte Saturday, Nov. 23 in a pre-Thanksgiving blitz to both...
He ministered and shared the gospel in Pakistan for many years before the country he loved so dearly forced him out. In a country that is 96 percent Muslism, he came to faith in Jesus...
Sunday by Sunday Pastor Joe Smith announced the week's new total for the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO). When the $3,000 goal was met late in 2012, members silently cheered. When...
As an undergraduate student Jim Slack studied law and was headed to Harvard to study international research law. After spending several months on a special assignment with the Home Mission...
Two churches in Fayetteville ceased to exist in February. And everybody’s happy about it. That’s because two churches merged into a single, stronger congregation: Refuge Church. By...