Zac Lyons of Great Commission Partnerships says we need a holy discontentment for the magnitude of lostness in our communities and around the world.
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.
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.
Hispanics share common interests with other cultures. Former missionary John Davenport shares why Hispanic Christians may be God’s answer to reaching our Muslim neighbors.
Take a look at these five new resources we've produced to help get your church involved in NCMO giving this year.
Summer provides some great opportunities to build relationships with your friends and neighbors who may not know Christ. Here are some ideas to get the conversation started.
Sandy Wisdom-Martin, executive director-treasurer of national Woman's Missionary Union, shares her thoughts on how the Cooperative Program unites Southern Baptists.
Pastor Dhati Lewis’ new book, Among Wolves, explores disciple-making in an urban context. He shares some insights in this Q&A.
Women may now apply to participate in a fall missions trip to Boston with Embrace Women's Evangelism and Discipleship.
Cooperative Program Sunday is April 9. Here are six reasons why supporting the Cooperative Program just makes sense.
This month, we’ve put together five resources to help you reach both Christians and nonbelievers.
As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Danny Akin of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares why we should live missional lives.
Why should you get involved with the "30 Days, 30 Peoples" prayer emphasis? Here's what you need to know.
With Easter right around the corner, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. discusses the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering and lostness in North America.
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.
Get to know a little more about some BSCNC ministry happenings through this quarter's ministry 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.
More than 100 N.C. Baptist volunteers delivered some 5,000 coats to New York residents in the sixth annual Coats for the City outreach.
Does giving away coats in New York really do any good? Absolutely yes, a man told a volunteer team from First Baptist Church, Summerfield.