During the month of April, join with N.C. Baptists in praying for 30 different peoples in our state who are unreached with the gospel.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Chuck Lawless of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares why church planting has increased in recent years.
Pastors and ministry leaders shared that revival must take place in the hearts of God's people during the Awaken Prayer Conference in Eden.
La Primera Iglesia Bautista del Amor — the First Baptist Church of Love – is the result of miracles and the determination of Pastor Felix Villarreal.
Why should you get involved with the "30 Days, 30 Peoples" prayer emphasis? Here's what you need to know.
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.
The BSCNC’s Executive Committee met March 3 to receive several reports, which included some reassignments of convention staff.
Individuals now have until Thursday, March 30 to submit recommendations for for people to serve in various capacities with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Alvin Reid of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares how we can impact the next generation with the gospel.
This month, we’ve put together five resources to help you reach both Christians and nonbelievers.
Acclaimed worship artist Paul Baloche shares his passion for discipling worship leaders and why worship songs can be viewed as prayers set to music.
With Easter right around the corner, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and lostness in North America.
Discipling parents is a biblical admonition, but one that is often neglected or overlooked, writes Mark Smith of the Faith at Home ministry of the Baptist State Convention of North...
The world we live in is broken, hurting and lost. The 2017 North Carolina Missions Offering theme aims to help N.C. Baptists respond to this lostness and suffering.
How do we help church members reach the unreached people groups who are now our neighbors? BSCNC consultant Zac Lyons shares four keys.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Pastor J.D. Greear of the Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham shares why churches should want to lose people.
The youth ministry’s inner work of change has multiple steps. Don’t move too fast, warns Merrie Johnson, senior consultant for youth evangelism and discipleship.
Join acclaimed musician Paul Baloche for worship training and encouragement March 31-April 1 at Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem.
Transitioning your church’s worship can be divisive, but it doesn’t have to be, writes Kenny Lamm, worship and music consultant with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.
What are some keys to connecting with others for the sake of the gospel? Disciple-Making Conference speaker Ed Newton shares some thoughts.