As Baptists on Mission celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. invites you to attend the 2016 Baptist Missions Conference on April 15-16 in Charlotte.
Join us in praying for North American missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering during the week of prayer emphasis, which runs from Sunday, March 6 to Sunday, March 13.
During the Easter season, Southern Baptists are challenged to pray for and give to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, which supports missions throughout North America.
The "Awaken: Watch and Pray" prayer gathering scheduled for March 11-12 in Charlotte will emphasis prayer for spiritual awakening and revival.
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.
A new reserve account will be used to work with international missionaries returning from the field in efforts to reach individuals from among the nations who are living in North Carolina.
Through the Cooperative Program, Annie Armstrong Easter Offering, Lottie Moon Christmas Offering, and N.C. Missions Offering, N.C. Baptists gave more than $50 million to missions in 2015.
North Carolina Baptists recently partnered with the Metropolitan New York Baptist Association to hand out coats and share the good news of the gospel in New York City.
Churches can pray for missionaries and ministries they support through the Cooperative Program of the Southern Baptist Convention throughout 2016 with the 52 Sundays prayer resource.
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.
The Peoples Next Door N.C. initiative aims to assist individuals and churches to provide a gospel witness to the individuals from 154 distinct people groups living in North Carolina.
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.
The Executive Committee approved a proposal to form a new team to meet the growing need for church revitalization across North Carolina, as well as other staff reassignments.
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.
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.
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