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Race: A gospel issue

This gospel we believe empowers God’s people to join Christ in the ministry of reconciliation, confronts sins of racism, ethnocentrism and any other sin that distorts His message.[more]


Pursuing a multigenerational congregation

For every church in North Carolina, the process of moving toward a local gathering of God’s people that is multiethnic and multigenerational will look different. [more]


Shelby Mission Camp reaches the lost for Christ

God is using two large metal buildings on 20 acres of land in rural Shelby, N.C., to bring hope to an area that was deeply impacted by the closing of several large textile mills.[more]


Disaster Relief: Grace in the aftermath

For many, 2017 will be remembered as a year marked by devastation. Last year’s hurricane season was one of the most costly in U.S. history. Major storms caused unprecedented damage.[more]


Pastor, it’s OK to struggle

If you are a pastor, remember that depression is one of America’s top health problems. Many of your people may battle with depression but will never tell you.[more]


Expo to offer worship training for entire church

The Renewing Worship Expo, a first-of-its-kind event sponsored by the Worship and Music Ministry of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. [more]


NC Baptist Women's Retreat: Betsy Bolick Q&A

Betsy will be the special testimony speaker at the 2018 N.C. Baptist Women’s Retreat. She recently took some time to talk about her walk with God and what she plans to share at the retreat.[more]


5 resources for August 2018

Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include emphases on disciple-making, unity, prayer, collegiate partnerships and more. [more]


5 reasons to support NCMO

NCMO is received during a special church emphasis each September, but contributions may be made at any time. NCMO is an opportunity to impact lostness through various ministries.[more]


Sunday School can help revitalize your church

As a pastor, I am passionate about Sunday School and small groups. My passion for Sunday School and small groups goes back to my childhood, specifically to a lady named Sue Creech. [more]


Give thanks and pray for godly leaders

As we approach this year’s Annual Meeting of the Baptist State Convention, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. asks N.C. Baptists to pray for the leadership vacancies that will be filled.[more]


Engaging college students home and away

Churches often look around and correctly notice that college students are missing from their pews. We have children, teenagers, parents and grandparents, but where are the 20-somethings?[more]


2018 NCMO theme: 'Open Hands'

Every September, churches across the state of North Carolina pause to reflect on, celebrate and sacrificially give to the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO).[more]


When parents lead, children follow

Parents are the most influential people in a child’s life. When moms and dads deny themselves, take up their crosses daily and follow Christ, their homes are never the same. [more]


Undivided: Your church and racial reconciliation

Race and reconciliation is a conversation that can be hostile and extremely polarizing. Emotions range from fear and frustration to fatigue and indifference—or even anger. [more]


Budget proposal includes increase to SBC

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s proposed Cooperative Program budget for 2019 totals $31 million and includes an increased allocation to the Southern Baptist Convention. [more]


Evangelism, discipleship go hand-in-hand

For several years, we as Southern Baptists have been asking how we can reverse the downward trend of baptisms within our convention. There are no easy answers.[more]


Holy. Chosen. Beloved.

Those who know who they are in Christ — His chosen, holy and beloved children — can put on the characteristics that reflect Jesus Christ and His nature. [more]


4 ways to pray for Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge area is unique in its diversity and beauty. The area is comprised of 240,000 natives, many young retirees and over 25,000 people who have come from multiple countries. [more]


3 ways to be a good neighbor

Have you ever seen your neighborhood, apartment complex, or wherever you live, as a mission field? If not, it's easy to start. You must love Jesus to love your neighbors. [more]


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