Perhaps more than any other endeavor, VBS is a ministry of the whole church. Children are the central focus as hopes arise for them having a personal relationship with Jesus.
When our nerves might get the better of us, having one or two simple bridging questions can help us take the leap from a general conversation into a gospel conversation with confidence.
All N.C. Baptists are invited to take a brief communications survey to gather feedback on current and future information and resources from the state convention.
Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include emphases on Vacation Bible School, Sunday School and evangelism.
Despite the bright lights of Times Square, New York is a dark city in desperate need of the good news of the gospel, writes Kaitlyn King.
Making disciples includes everything from sharing the gospel with a nonbeliever to leading believers. Here are some ways a pastor can lead members to be disciple-makers.
Easter provides a tremendous opportunity to proclaim what Christianity is all about both personally and corporately in our worship services leading up to Easter Sunday.
More churches miss the opportunity to connect intentionally with guests on Easter than any other Sunday of the year. Here are some reminders to help you make the most of this opportunity.
Tar Heel Baptist Church isn’t a megachurch. It’s not even a church in a growing community. But God is at work in in this southeastern North Carolina community.
Ladies, join Embrace on a missions trip to New York this fall. Learn more in this Q&A with ministry parter Stephen Trainer of Graffiti Church and Community Ministries.
At least 46 new churches — and probably more — are needed to reach specific neighborhoods and people groups in Union County.
Guests often form an impression about your entire church based on their experience in the children’s ministry area. Is your church ready, or is it time for some spring cleaning?
We will never forget this choice servant of God and his influence will continue to impact our evangelism efforts.
A newly created 15-day Family Focus resource aims to put structure around family devotional time in the days leading up to Easter.
A conference on church security which drew more than 80 Baptists to West Chowan Baptist Association’s building in Ahoskie on Feb. 5.
Easter is a time of rebirth and resurrection, and because of Christ’s finished work on the cross, there is hope for everyone.
The BSCNC Executive Committee voted to provide $250,000 in funding to support the Luther H. Butler Scholarship for N.C. Baptist Students at its recent meeting held Friday, March 2.
When a church isn’t flourishing, church leaders will often say, “if only….” Instead of saying “if only,” what if churches asked, “What if?”
N.C. Baptists now have until Friday, March 30 to recommend individuals to serve in various roles with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include items related to church planting, church health and revitalization.