At an annual meeting that featured a heavy volume of business, the Southern Baptist Convention elected J.D. Greear as convention president and heard an address by Vice President Mike Pence.
As we approach Father’s Day, those of us who have the privilege of being parents, grandparents or even a father figure to someone else would do well to heed Joshua’s instructions.
We always knew that Dad loved us, he just didn’t like to say it out loud. Many people would have described him as grumpy, short-tempered and prickly. I only knew him as Dad.
Read what Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Executive Director-Treasuerer Milton A. Hollifield Jr. had to say about J.D. Greear's election as Southern Baptist Convention president.
J.D. Greear, pastor of the Summit Church in Raleigh/Durham, was elected Southern Baptist Convention president Tuesday, June 12 during the 2018 annual meeting in Dallas.
Southern Baptists, we need to see the Father. More than reports, more than sermons, more than elections, we desperately need to see the Lord seated on His throne.
Today in North Carolina, more than 300 different languages are spoken in the homes of our school children. Consider the following three ways that our communities are changing.
“Who is My Neighbor?” is the theme for the 2018 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Annual Meeting, scheduled for Nov. 5-6 at the Joseph S. Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.
What gift will you give your children for Father’s Day this year? Of course, you will be expecting to receive gifts from your kids since you have earned the “Best Dad of the Year” award.
In the coming days, middle- and high-school students from all across North Carolina will begin descending on the N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell for our annual summer youth week camps.
Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include emphases on disciple-making, prayer, evangelism and more.
Lori will be a worship speaker at the 2018 N.C. Baptist Women’s Retreat. She recently took some time talk about her walk with God and what she plans to share at this year’s retreat.
Summer provides some great opportunities to build relationships with your friends and neighbors who may not know Christ. Here are some ideas to get the conversation started.
BSCNC Executive Director-Treasurer Milton A. Hollifield Jr. challenged North Carolina Baptists to live lives that are marked by humility and free from hypocrisy.
A new resource developed by the Faith at Home ministry of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina aims to make disciple-making in the home a priority when schedules are busy.
While the spirit of unity is a supernatural work, it is also one that we must strive to obtain by yielding our will to God’s Spirit. Strive for unity in the bond of Christian love.
Call it a noisy way to raise money, but more than 120 riders on 100 motorcycles rode nearly 500 miles across North Carolina over four days in the Third Annual Ride to Clyde.
The sermon conveys the life-changing message of Jesus Christ to sinful hearts. This is the starting point for many as they understand what it means to be a follower or disciples of Jesus.
Summer offers unique opportunities to bear fruit that endures. Longer days and warmer weather provide numerous opportunities to build relationships that open doors for disciple-making.
With each choice we make, we are either drawn closer to God or further away. A lifetime of poor choices could end on a different course that may miss God’s plan for us.