Faith at Home Q&A: Mark Holmen

As the executive director of Faith at Home ministries, Mark Holmen aims to equip congregations to make the home the primary place of discipleship.[more]


5 things to know about Gen Z

Millennials may receive a lot of attention, but if your church isn't thinking about Generation Z, here are some reasons why you should.[more]


The 1 question your church should ask

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.[more]


3 ways prayer changes our lives

God alters people's perspectives and lives through biblical prayer. Chris Schofield discusses three ways this happens when we pray in this article and accompanying video. [more]


Students focus on life of Christ at summer...

Students celebrated Christmas and Easter all summer long during youth weeks at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell.[more]


Reaching college students

Mike Puckett shares how Christians can be a family on mission by introducing college students to the gospel.[more]


A call to pray at 7:09

International students in the United States play an important part in reaching the nations. Commit to pray for them daily.[more]


Anchored Q&A: Katie Orr

Katie Orr will encourage ladies at this year’s N.C. Baptist Women’s Retreat. She recently took some time to answer some questions about her ministry and the upcoming retreat.[more]


Making Sunday School more than an event

The interaction that can take place in Sunday School can and should be a primary means of making disciples.[more]


Faith at Home Q&A: Rob Rienow (copy 1)

As founder of Visionary Family Ministries, Rob Rienow has a mission to build the church by globally transforming family discipleship. [more]


New village offers hope to abandoned children

On a farm outside of Johannesburg, South Africa, the Door of Hope Village is taking shape. It’s a place where children who had previously been abandoned are being given a second chance.[more]


Reaching college students

College ministry means more than reaching students at large state schools or those in the traditional 18-22 age demographic. Tom Knight of the Collegiate Partnerships Team explains. [more]


Are we there yet?

Zac Lyons of Great Commission Partnerships says we need a holy discontentment for the magnitude of lostness in our communities and around the world.[more]


Rebuilding after Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew left damaged and destroyed homes in its wake, but since then, Baptists on Mission have been offering hope to victims of the storm.[more]


Faith at Home Q&A: Ron Hunter

Ron Hunter Jr. is the executive director & CEO of Randall House, a Christian publisher that promotes generational discipleship through curriculum, books and events. Hunter helps church...[more]


Exec. Committee recommends $31M budget

The proposed 2018 Cooperative Program budget reflects an increase of $625,000 over 2017 and calls for a 0.5 percent increase in the allocation to the Southern Baptist Convention.[more]


3 common objections to family discipleship

Many parents know they are called to disciple their children, but they don’t feel adequate or equipped to do so. Usually, they will respond with one of three three objections.[more]


Annual Meeting theme: 'Return to Me' (copy 2)

“Return to Me” is the theme for the 2017 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Annual Meeting, which will include a special emphasis on prayer for revival and spiritual awakening.[more]


3 ways to make the most of your summer

Summer offers unique opportunities to bear fruit that endures. Longer days and warmer weather provide numerous opportunities to build relationships that open doors for disciple-making.[more]


Talebearing, folly and shame

Joel Stephens, pastor of Wakefield Baptist Church in Zebulon, shares some encouragement from the book of Proverbs about using our words wisely.[more]


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