Campers on Mission gather for 'Old Time Camp...

More than 500 people took part in an "Old Time Camp Meeting" event sponsored by NC Campers on Mission that included Southern Gospel music, train rides and preaching by evangelist...[more]

Warrens named Heritage Award winners

Mr. and Mrs. Don Warren received the 2012 Heritage Award from the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC), one of the highest honors given by the...[more]

On mission for God's glory

David Nasser is a popular author, itinerant speaker and gifted communicator who has made a name for himself traveling the world and preaching the gospel to more than 700,000 people each...[more]

Drinking water project transforms spiritually,...

Biju Thomas, founder and president of Transformation India Movement (TIM), is on a mission to bring spiritual and physical change to Bihar, India. “I believe it is the birthright of every...[more]

West Asheville Pastor likes Cooperative...

Stan Welch says he figured out years ago why the Cooperative Program is by far the best way for Baptists to support missions and ministry together.He says it's synergy.Synergy means when...[more]

Operation Inasmuch is opportunity to evangelize

Sharing the gospel in modern America is not as acceptable to the unchurched population as it was just two generations ago. Since that time, the broader culture has turned against the church...[more]

Jesus is enough

UNGHENI, MOLDOVA – After just a day or two, walking on piles of snow and narrow strips of ice was a welcome relief from mud. Walking on mud that has hardened some wasn’t so bad because you...[more]

No hope without Christ

UNGHENI, MOLDOVA – Wrinkles lined her face and wisps of gray hair poked out from underneath the blue and yellow scarf wrapped around her face and tied under her chin. She stood in the...[more]

Dependence on God leads to fruitful harvest

UNGHENI, MOLDOVA – As the two team members left the family’s home they weren’t really sure what to think. The team shared the gospel and the husband and wife listened, but they did not...[more]

Dental clinic will continue meeting needs in...

A dental bus retired by NC Baptist Men after 22 years of service is finding a second life as a stationary dental clinic operated by Truett Baptist Association in Marble. See a dentist for...[more]

3-D helps build disciple-making culture

Although Scripture instructs churches to focus on disciple-making, making the leap from affirming disciple-making as a priority to being a disciple-maker is often easier said than...[more]

Expanding the kingdom, impacting lostness

The statistics can be daunting: 5.6 million, 258 million and 6 billion. But those are more than statistics; they represent the number of people across North Carolina, North America and...[more]

Reaching the next generation with the gospel

In North Carolina, fewer than four percent of teenagers have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Among teenagers throughout the United States, only 1 out of 10 has a relationship...[more]

Executive Committee set for 2012

The Executive Committee of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) met March 2 at Hollifield Leadership Center for a brief business meeting that included hearing committee...[more]

Leaders reflect on IECS

Although every church is called by God to engage in evangelism, a one-size-fits-all approach does not exist. Every local church must develop an effective strategy to evangelize its...[more]

Christ-centered Bible study spurs spiritual...

God’s Word is always profitable for spiritual maturity, yet too often believers who faithfully read the Bible still fail to grow in their faith. During the recent 20/20 “The Scriptures...[more]

Moms, daughters learn about God’s heart for the...

When Beth Deichler and her 10-year-old daughter Noelle stopped in to visit a woman at Cross Road Retirement Community in Asheboro the woman was waiting on a call from her daughter and...[more]

Charlotte churches choose to change; choose to...

Every week on the way to the hospital for visitation Jack Homesley drives through the neighborhood where he spent his childhood. Only now when he drives by Hoskins Avenue Baptist Church,...[more]

Prayer helps equip church planters for Kingdom...

Since the North American Mission Board (NAMB) was formed in 1997, Southern Baptists have planted more than 20,000 churches in North America, averaging more than 1,500 new starts each year....[more]

Students challenged to risk all for gospel

Scripture makes it clear that faithful followers of Jesus Christ will encounter risks and experience trials. Some may experience rejection from family and friends, while others physical...[more]

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