Coats for the City shares warm coats, gospel in...

More than 4,000 New Yorkers will be warmer this winter because they'll be wearing coats sent to them by North Carolina Baptists through the annual Coats for the City project.[more]


Pastors encouraged in ministry pursuits

Attendees at the 2014 Pastor's Conference, held prior to the Annual Meeting in Greensboro, heard from eight speakers who preached on the theme "The Pursuit," based on 1 Timothy 6:11.[more]


I Rode Mine - Reflections from Sturgis

In an earlier article I wrote briefly of the experience of a group of North Carolina Baptists that travelled to the 74th Annual Black Hills Motor Classic, also known as Sturgis.  The...[more]


Why travel to Sturgis?

“You’re doing what?” was the response I got from most everyone I told as I shared the news that I was planning to ride my motorcycle to the 74th Annual Black Hills Motor Classic, also known...[more]


Students serve among T people who 'live in the...

When she arrived with the group a little before 10 p.m. the village wasn’t dark and somber like she expected. Lights inside the house were on, and when it came time for worship songs the...[more]


Coats for the City deadline is October 31

The third annual “Coats for the City” is scheduled for Dec. 11-13 in New York City. Coats for the City is an event hosted in partnership between the Baptist State Convention of North...[more]


Students challenged to know God and make Him...

Every summer, nearly 7,000 youth from across North Carolina attend one of seven summer youth weeks at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell, sponsored by the Baptist State...[more]


Baptist youth send millionth meal to Haiti

Baptist young people participating in the 2014 Baptist State Convention's summer youth program at Caswell met a major milestone regarding efforts to provide meals in Haiti. During the...[more]


Deep Impact students serve the nations in...

As Erin Jenkins went door-to-door at a number of apartment complexes near downtown Charlotte interviewing foreign refugees, she gained a deeper appreciation for the little things in...[more]


Fruitland expands teaching to multiply...

Two graduation services in June show how Fruitland Baptist Bible College is expanding its satellite centers to equip even more church leaders across North Carolina. In a June 6 graduation...[more]


NCBM Disaster Relief volunteers assemble...

NC Baptist Men and Women (NCBM) Disaster Relief volunteers are setting up a mobile disaster hospital (MDH) in tornado-ravaged Louisville, Miss., in a unique and history-making project done...[more]


NCMO benefits the Red Springs Mission Camp

As North Carolina Baptists give to the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO), they support the missions and ministry efforts of the Red Springs Mission Camp in Robeson County. The NCMO...[more]


How you can make a Deep Impact this summer

What missions experiences will your congregation provide your youth this summer?  It’s not too late to make plans for life changing experiences for the youth in your church as...[more]


Women learn leadership through service at...

As women from churches across North Carolina gathered at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary on April 11 and 12 to participate in the Embrace Leadership Training, they learned about...[more]


Missions Conference impacts the Charlotte...

During the 2014 North Carolina Missions Conference, held at Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C., those in attendance participated in breakout sessions that gave them hands-on...[more]


2014 Missions Conference: For the glory of His...

The 2014 North Carolina Baptist Missions Conference was held at Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C., on March 21-22. The conference theme was “For the Glory of His Name” and was...[more]


Report to Executive Committee: 'We know where...

The executive committee of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (convention) met April 10 at the Baptist Building in Cary. The executive committee heard reports from committees...[more]


NCMO event is a big success in Randolph County

As Ronnie Chaney surveyed the crowd at the 2014 Randolph Baptist Association (RBA) Sportsmen’s Expo, he was excited to see a room full of unfamiliar faces. “We ask our church members...[more]


NCMO provides for the Shelby Mission Camp

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...[more]


Asian churches take early Thanksgiving to...

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...[more]


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