As we celebrate Pastor Appreciation Month, Thom Rainer of LifeWay Christian Resources lists some ways to encourage your pastor.
After torrential flooding in South Carolina last October, NCMO giving has allowed NCBM to restore the areas damaged by the floods.
North Carolina Baptists’ involvement in the annual Coats for the City project is helping spread the gospel throughout New York City.
J. Chris Schofield shares some insights about how God works through our prayers in different ways.
Through the North Carolina Missions Offering, Pastor Kewen Dong planted a church among Chinese restaurant workers.
At two regional conferences on missions and church planting, Hispanic pastors gathered to learn about God's call for church planting and missionary service.
In this Q&A, Chris Schofield shares about the BSCNC's special prayer emphasis, "Pray for 30 Days," which will take place Oct. 1-30.
In this Q&A, David Platt shares a preview of what he’ll share at the upcoming BSCNC Annual Meeting, scheduled for Nov. 14-15.
October is Pastor Appreciation Month, and there is still time to plan something special for your pastor! Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares on the importance of encouraging your pastor.
When considering a church merger, here are five questions to help you evaluate and take the next steps in the process.
As we reflect on the events of Sept. 11, 2001, here's a look back at how N.C. Baptists ministered and following the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C.
In this Q&A, Carolyn McCulley shares a preview of what she’ll share at the upcoming N.C. Baptist women's retreat, scheduled for Oct. 28-29.
As Annual Meeting approaches, N.C. Baptists are invited to join together to pray for spiritual awakening and revival in our state.
Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the new disciple-making resource, "Patterned," and its benefits to N.C. Baptist churches.
This month, we've put together our top five resources to help you grow in the Lord and reach the lost.
The 2016 N.C. Baptist Women's Retreat will be held Oct. 28-29 at Caraway Conference Center in Sophia. Here are some reasons to attend.
The event in Statesville taught pastors and lay leaders alike how to make disciples who impact lostness in their daily lives.
Students from all across North Carolina learned what it means to follow Jesus every day and everywhere during Summer Youth Weeks at Fort Caswell.
As the North Carolina Missions Offering Emphasis approaches, your contributions help prepare the way for Jesus in our state.
Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the importance of reaching out to college students with the gospel and creating a gospel presence on every college campus throughout the state.