Several Baptist State Convention of North Carolina staff members shared updates related to their respective ministries during this year’s Annual Meeting in Greensboro.
Three diverse church plants supported by the NCMO illustrate the body of Christ as they join together in fellowship and worship.
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.
Baptist associations, networks and churches could receive up to $10,000 in reimbursements under a new church planting enhancement pilot program.
Cooperative Program Sunday is April 9. Here are six reasons why supporting the Cooperative Program just makes sense.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Chuck Lawless of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares why church planting has increased in recent years.
La Primera Iglesia Bautista del Amor — the First Baptist Church of Love – is the result of miracles and the determination of Pastor Felix Villarreal.
What are the benefits of being a sending church? Here are seven motivations for becoming a sending church to advance the kingdom and impact lostness through disciple-making.
Iglesia Bautista Bet-el in Lumberton was honored for leading N.C. Hispanic Baptist churches in contributions through the Cooperative Program during 2015.
A young man with North Carolina roots is committed to starting a new church in Brooklyn, New York.
At Annual Meeting, attendees embarked on a bus tour around Greensboro to pray for needs in church planting, revitalization, church bodies, unreached peoples and college campuses.
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.
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.
Watch the report that Milton A. Hollifield Jr. shared with messengers at the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina's 2015 Annual Meeting.
Baptists from across North Carolina were challenged to go and make disciples during the 2015 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Annual Meeting held Nov. 2-3 in Greensboro.
Messengers heard reports related to impacting lostness through disciple-making, approved the 2016 budget and took action on several motions and resolutions on day two of the Annual Meeting.
More than 1,000 messengers from N.C. Baptist churches gathered in Greensboro on Monday, Nov. 2 for the opening of the 185th Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Annual Meeting.
David and Janet Brown are the new camp leaders for the Shelby Mission Camp. David Brown is very familiar with the ministry of the Shelby Mission Camp as he’s been a missions leader for his...
Fourteen Asian Baptist churches teamed up to deliver 500 meals to Asian refugees in an apartment complex near downtown Charlotte Saturday, Nov. 23 in a pre-Thanksgiving blitz to both...