N.C. Baptists are planting churches to reach every people and language group in our state, says Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
The BSCNC will expand its focus of engaging high concentrations of non-Christians who are located in 250 identified “pockets of lostness" across the state.
Every human being has intrinsic value and worth. As Sanctity of Human Life Sunday approaches, let’s pause and consider what the gospel tells us about human dignity.
2016 has been a year full of God’s blessings, and we’re so grateful for what He has done in our state and around our world. Here are just a few of this year's highlights.
N.C. Baptist Men, also known as Baptists on Mission, is providing churches across the state a chance to lend a helping hand to families and congregations impacted by Hurricane Matthew.
The purpose of Advent is to look toward the coming of Christ to earth. Here are a host of resources to help in worship planning or church and family devotions during this season.
Messengers approved an increased Cooperative Program budget of $30.375 million for 2017 and other measures during this year's Annual Meeting in Greensboro.
During the annual convention sermon, International Mission Board President David Platt shared three reasons why we must be willing to sacrifice for the sake of the gospel.
During his Annual Meeting report, BSCNC leader Milton A. Hollifield Jr. challenged messengers to take the gospel to those from backgrounds that differ from their own.
David Platt preaches the convention sermon, messengers elect new officers and pass the 2017 Cooperative Program budget on the second day of the 186th Annual Meeting.
More than 1,000 messengers gathered for the opening session of the 186th annual Baptist State Convention of North Carolina's Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 14 in Greensboro.
Members of the Executive Committee heard updates and testimonies about Hurricane Matthew disaster relief during their meeting on Nov. 14 prior to this year's Annual Meeting.
This month, we’ve put together our top five resources to help you grow in the Lord and disciple others using the gifts that God has given you.
Learn how your church can become a sending church by visiting the church planting booth at Annual Meeting for a series of interviews with leaders engaged in planting multiplying churches.
Kevin Cabe has gone from the mountains of North Carolina to the skyscrapers of New York City to help minister and plant churches in the Big Apple.
Goodwill Community Foundation donated $100,000 to N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission for disaster relief and recovery efforts for those in eastern North Carolina devastated by Hurricane...
This month, we've put together our top five resources to help you focus on the Lord and make disciples.
In this Q&A, Chris Schofield shares about the BSCNC's special prayer emphasis, "Pray for 30 Days," which will take place Oct. 1-30.
As we reflect on the events of Sept. 11, 2001, here's a look back at how N.C. Baptists ministered and following the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C.
In this Q&A, Carolyn McCulley shares a preview of what she’ll share at the upcoming N.C. Baptist women's retreat, scheduled for Oct. 28-29.