Holidays provide opportunities for gospel...

The holidays provide excellent opportunities for Christ-followers to reflect on God’s goodness and share the good news of the gospel, writes Milton A. Hollifield Jr.[more]


Many ‘Saved’ through Baptist Children’s Homes

The ministry of the Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) of North Carolina saves children from desperate situations and provides them with a loving and stable environment. [more]


Reflections on the Reformation

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.[more]


Backpacks full of blessings

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.[more]


Join me in praying for a great move of God...

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.[more]


Take time to encourage your pastor

October is recognized as Pastor Appreciation Month. Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares some ideas on some ways you can encourage your pastor.[more]


Having ‘eyes to see’ opportunities

“Eyes to See” is the theme for this year’s North Carolina Missions Offering, which supports a variety of ministries across our state, nation and world.[more]


Impacting college campuses with the gospel

As students around the state prepare to go back to school, pray for the advancement of the gospel on our college campuses.[more]


Living in a post-Christian society

Eleven cities from North Carolina were included in a recent report of the top 100 “post-Christian” cities in America. What implications does this have for N.C. Baptists?[more]


Growing in the Lord at Youth Weeks

God does amazing work in the lives of students each summer during BeDoTell youth weeks at Fort Caswell. Please pray for students and leaders in the upcoming weeks and months.[more]


Honor your father

Sunday, June 18 is Father's Day and is a great opportunity to express your love and appreciation to your father or a man who has had a significant positive influence on your life.[more]


In Baptist life, a special place for...

Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares his appreciation for Baptist associations as SBC Baptist Association Week, which begins May 21, draws near.[more]


The significant influence of a godly mother

Mothers have an incomparable influence on the lives of their children. In advance of Mother's Day, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares some thoughts of appreciation for mothers everywhere.[more]


At the 2017 SBC Annual Meeting, an opportunity...

Milton A. Hollifield Jr. extends an invitation to all N.C. Baptists to attend the SBC Annual Meeting in June.[more]


Easter: an opportunity to plant seeds of truth

With Easter right around the corner, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. encourages Christians to share the gospel with nonbelievers during this season.[more]


Giving: the best way to make a difference

With Cooperative Program Sunday right around the corner, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares about the significance of the Cooperative Program in Southern Baptist life.[more]


N.C. Baptists worship in 66 languages each week

N.C. Baptists are planting churches to reach every people and language group in our state, says Milton A. Hollifield Jr. [more]


Reach North America for Christ

With Easter right around the corner, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and lostness in North America.[more]


Revitalization: God’s call to churches

Many churches across the state are in need of revitalization. Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares his thoughts on church revitalization and its eternal impact.[more]


Bearing God’s image and racial reconciliation

As Racial Reconciliation Sunday approaches, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shares his thoughts on God's creation of all peoples in His image.[more]


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