Local associations vital to impacting lostness

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.[more]


NCMO supports loving others, making disciples

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.[more]


NCMO supports 'vital' missions, ministry work

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.[more]


Declining church morphs into multiple ministries

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.[more]


The beauty of color in God’s Kingdom

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.[more]


Let's go to the NASCAR church

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. [more]


Five reasons to support NCMO

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.[more]


Calabash project might point way to new ministry

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.[more]


50 Days of Intercession: Next steps

God has moved in the hearts of His people during the recent 50 Days of Intercession for Hispanic Church Planting prayer emphasis. Here are a few ideas to consider as next steps.[more]


Unite in prayer for Hispanic church planting

Beginning Easter Sunday, join the 50-day prayer emphasis for spiritual awakening and the planting of Hispanic congregations across North Carolina.[more]


50 Days of Prayer promo

NC Baptist are asked to pray for 50 days on behalf of the Hispanic Baptist churches in NC; for spiritual awakening towards evangelism, making disciples and planting churches.[more]


Despite struggles, Woodside pastor would 'do it...

NEW YORK – Every time Trinidad went to work at the Laundromat on 48th Avenue in Woodside, Queens, she couldn’t help but notice Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida across the street. As often as she...[more]


Living missionally for the gospel

Although Renee* lives in Raleigh, she often feels like she is on the international mission field and living in a different country. Her friends speak different languages and come from...[more]


Church planter, toy maker finds creative ways...

GREENSBORO – While growing up in Nigeria, Wole Ajala enjoyed spending time with his father and grandfather as they honed their woodworking skills. Sometimes he watched, other times he got...[more]


Toronto church plants focused on multiplication

TORONTO – Robin* has never been afraid to share the gospel, not even when his faith nearly cost him his life. About two years ago death threats forced him to leave his home in Pakistan....[more]


N.C. Baptist graduates taking root in Boston

BOSTON – A few weeks ago Tanner Turley finally experienced a breakthrough after nine months praying and waiting. Last year in July he met a woman who brought her child to a soccer clinic...[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]


Battleford cowboy church is ‘point of light’ in...

Jeff Smith flew into Saskatchewan, Canada, on a Tuesday last November and two days later was helping lead a worship service for what would become the first cowboy church in the province and...[more]