'Disciples making disciples'

During the recent One Day training event, LifeWay's Bruce Raley helped attendees understand how every ministry of the local church should be aligned to make disciples.[more]


Reaching the nations by reaching North Carolina

By engaging and reaching the large and fast-growing international population in North Carolina, there is great opportunity to reach the world for Christ.[more]


Pray for changed lives at Summer Youth Weeks

Summer is fast approaching, and that means the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Summer Youth Weeks at Fort Caswell are right around the corner.[more]


Different names, same goal

Whether they're called Sunday school classes or small groups, the goal of a groups ministry in the local church is to make growing disciples of Jesus Christ, says Rick Howerton.[more]


Who will you bring to One Day?

The upcoming One Day training and equipping event isn’t just for pastors. The event is designed for anyone involved in church ministry, and that means you![more]


Don’t miss opportunity to Embrace Boston

Join Embrace Women’s Missions and Ministries on this year's mission trip to Boston, scheduled for Sept. 10-13. Applications for the trip are due by Friday, May 1. [more]


Making disciples during Easter

Sometimes we fail to see Easter as an opportunity to make disciples because we assume everyone knows the meaning of this holy day. Here are some ideas on how to make disciples during Easter.[more]


Share your faith using 'The Story'

Regional training events help equip believers to share their faith using the biblical themes of creation, fall, rescue and restoration. Register for an event near you today! [more]


One Day offers ‘one-stop’ ministry training

Receive training in virtually every aspect of church ministry at the One Day event, scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point. Make plans now to attend.[more]


Pray for North American missions March 1-8

Join BSCNC Executive Dircector-Treasurer Milton Hollifield and other Southern Baptists in a week of focused prayer for North American missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.[more]


One Story event to focus on making disciples

Attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Feb. 23 to learn how your story can make a difference in a dark world, writes Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.[more]


Three reasons to attend the One Story Conference

Make plans now to attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Monday, Feb. 23 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.[more]


Sandy Branch committed to serving community

Sandy Branch Baptist Church in Bear Creek may not be the largest congregation in the state, but this group of believers in Chatham County is committed to making a difference for the Kingdom...[more]


Prayer leaders pledge cooperation, ask SBC to...

More than 400 feature films and television shows have used the North Carolina coastal town of Wilmington as a backdrop, and with filming underway for anticipated blockbusters such as “Iron...[more]


Association uses camp to teach God’s Word, show...

When Ashley Ricks graduates next May her attention will turn to wedding planning, moving and job searching, and for the first time in a long time her summer plans will not include Camp...[more]


N.C. collegiate ministries teach students to be...

Students at North Carolina’s oldest public university are learning that some things must change if they want to reach their campus with the gospel. For too long the event-driven, “come...[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]


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]


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]