Should Christians celebrate Halloween? Professor George Robinson of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares how this holiday offers unique opportunities to share the gospel.
This year marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, and as Southern Baptists, we are beneficiaries of the Reformation in many ways, writes Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
During this year’s “Broken Before the Throne” prayer gathering, participants will be led through four seasons of prayer based upon these four themes: repent, return, restore and refresh.
Drawing from his military background, Pastor Doug Duty shares how the Cooperative Program allows all churches to be a part of sending and supporting missionaries.
Why are many churches willing to go to unreached peoples “over there,” but unwilling to reach those same people “over here”? J.D. Payne offers seven ways to help your church's vision.
Early voting is essential this election season since the 2017 Annual Meeting takes place during Election Day on Nov. 7, writes Earl Roach of the Christian Life and Public Affairs Special...
Parents and grandparents have a great opportunity to teach children how to pray. Here’s some helpful advice about modeling prayer at different stages of a child’s life.
Once again, N.C. Baptists are partnering with the Appalachian regional ministry of the North American Mission Board to provide helpful items to needy children this Christmas.
Scripture describes the Christian life as a race. Ashley Allen of Embrace women's ministry, shares three ways that disciple-making is similar to running.
This month’s resources are focused on disciple-making with a particular emphasis on reaching individuals from various people groups who now call North Carolina home.
A proposed 2018 Cooperative Program budget totaling $31 million will be presented to messengers at the Annual Meeting in November.
Those who attend Annual Meeting have the opportunity to attend breakout sessions related to various aspects of disciple-making. Preview some the sessions that will occur on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
What does it take to see this revitalizing and reviving work happen in a church? Bob Lowman Jr. of the Metrolina Baptist Association shares some biblical perspectives.
Professional athlete Tim Tebow joined N.C. Baptist disaster relief volunteers serving victims of Hurricane Irma in the Florida Keys on Thursday, Sept. 21.
Milton A. Hollifield Jr. is calling on N.C. Baptists to unite together in prayer for revival and spiritual awakening leading up to this year’s Annual Meeting and prayer gathering.
Why do so many people (including Christians) struggle with their finances? Art Rainer offers some insights based upon his recent book, The Money Challenge.
Three diverse church plants supported by the NCMO illustrate the body of Christ as they join together in fellowship and worship.
As the executive director of Faith at Home ministries, Mark Holmen aims to equip congregations to make the home the primary place of discipleship.
Millennials may receive a lot of attention, but if your church isn't thinking about Generation Z, here are some reasons why you should.
Mark Gray and Spence Shelton share how asking a simple question can open doors to the community of your church. With time, intentionality and patience, you can make a difference.