We’ve asked three ministry leaders with the BSCNC to give reasons why churches and individuals should have a missionary mindset in their communities. Here’s what they had to say.
Prayer is the foundational to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s disciple-making strategy, writes N.C. Baptist leader Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
Longtime evangelist Billy Graham died early Wednesday, Feb. 21. He was 99. Following is a statement on Graham's passing from the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
Church leaders often ask, “Why aren’t lost people coming to our church?” Marcus Redding writes that we may be asking the wrong question.
GuideStone, LifeWay and Baptist state conventions have teamed up again in 2018 for the biennial SBC Church Compensation Survey.
Through training, networking, resourcing and most importantly, the power and leading of the Holy Spirit, we seek to join Him in the joy-filled work of making disciples.
Our suffering can equip us to comfort others as we rest in God’s promises and point others to Him, writes Meredith Snoddy of Green Street Baptist Church.
When churches have an inward focus, the result is often a ministry that operates in maintenance mode, rather than one that is making and multiplying disciples.
While there is no “silver bullet” when it comes to sharing the gospel, there are a variety of tools that offer helpful guidance in what to say when we have opportunities to share our faith.
As we approach Racial Reconciliation Sunday on Sunday, Feb. 11, I’m thankful for the strong stands and statements against the sin of racism that have taken place within our denomination.
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Yet as the population grows, so do the number of people who are far from God.
Lead your congregation in special prayer service using resources from the “Broken Before the Throne” prayer gathering, which are now available for pastors, churches and ministry leaders.
Milton A. Hollifield Jr. and other BSCNC leaders highlighted growth in missions giving, church planting, missions partnerships and more to the convention’s Board of Directors.
“We are praying that God will continue to raise up church planters within Vermont and also to send in more from outside the state. God is continuing to do miraculous things.”
At its first meeting of 2018, the BSCNC Board of Directors received a financial update for 2017, elected new officers and took action on other business items.
NC Baptists follow a call to plant and serve the communities of Vergennes, Brattleboro and Williston, Vt., to shine a light in areas of need.
North Carolina trains and sends leaders to Castleton, Vermont to partner with Tim Owens in his church planting efforts.
Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include items related to disciple-making, evangelism and prayer.
Tim Owens grew up in Canton, N.C. but moved to Vermont in 2014 to plant a church in his living room, which has grown steadily. “Our vision is to make disciples and plant churches.”
N.C. Baptist Men, also known as Baptists on Mission, have arranged for thousands of North Carolina Baptist volunteers to serve and minister in Vermont in a variety of ways.