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'First Week' is opportunity to serve...

When Sammy Joo arrived in the United States 12 years ago from South Korea to attend Golden Gate Seminary he came with his wife, infant child and all the belongings they could squeeze in two...[more]

First Week in the U.S.

"First Week in the U.S." is an effort of church volunteers to welcome incoming international students during their first week in the United States in hopes of making the transition smooth...[more]

Hunt says leadership is crucial to...

With nearly 900 churches closing each year and 72 percent of Southern Baptist Convention churches plateaued or declining, church revitalization is critical to reaching North America with...[more]

Sei Hun Kim named Heritage Award winner

GREENSBORO – When Sei Hun Kim came to the United States from Thailand in 1973 he came with a dream to become a millionaire. Yet, soon after arriving in the United States, he met a Southern...[more]

Mother's Day Offering answers prayers, provides...

The gifts of North Carolina Baptists to the Mother’s Day Offering bring life-changing hope to hurting patients and families at North Carolina Baptist Hospital. These gifts help patients...[more]

Campus ministry for the future

As the student population on college and university campuses continues to diversify, so must the approaches used to reach these students with the gospel. An important aspect of the new...[more]

New strategy to focus on disciple-making,...

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) announced this week a new strategy and staff structure in an effort to more effectively assist local churches in making disciples and...[more]

The Great Commission

This video will challenge your church to change the way it approaches missions locally, nationally and globally. More than six billion people in the world do not know Jesus as Savior. [more]

Convention staff to restructure in order to...

The Executive Committee of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) approved this week a new structure for the Convention staff to more effectively implement a five-year...[more]

Believers called to pursue Christ, offer relief...

As a young church planter Kyle Idleman believed success was determined by the number of people who attended church every week. He viewed ministry through the prism of the corporate world...[more]

Church & Family Connect

Brian Haynes, author of The Legacy Path, talks about the Legacy Milestones Strategy. Haynes focuses on how churches can be more intentional with helping parents disciple their children. [more]

Faith abounds at supporting N.C. Missions...

Sunday by Sunday Pastor Joe Smith announced the week's new total for the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO). When the $3,000 goal was met late in 2012, members silently cheered. When...[more]

Conference focuses on building effective,...

The American church has more resources to help advance the Kingdom of God than any generation since the church age. Yet, the church in the United States is in steep decline. Tyler Jones,...[more]

N.C. leaders learn strategies, principles to...

As an undergraduate student Jim Slack studied law and was headed to Harvard to study international research law. After spending several months on a special assignment with the Home Mission...[more]

Worship summit encourages unified worship

During the 1950s and 1960s worship styles varied little from one church to the next. For the most part, churches sang from the same hymnals accompanied by pianos and organs. This proved an...[more]

Family ministry event focuses on gospel,...

Speaking on the great need for churches to reach out and equip a new generation of children and families, Michelle Anthony explained that the foundation for ministry must always be the...[more]

U.S. churches must choose between missions,...

Baptists must turn back to God and get on mission with Him soon or they will die. That was the stark message presented by missions leader Joe Dillon to hundreds who attended a three-day...[more]

Two Fayetteville churches become one

Two churches in Fayetteville ceased to exist in February. And everybody’s happy about it. That’s because two churches merged into a single, stronger congregation: Refuge Church. By...[more]

Pilot project to identify UUPGs in N.C. metro...

When Bob Lowman moved to Charlotte about 15 years ago to pastor he was not all that familiar with unreached, unengaged people groups, or what it would take to reach these people groups with...[more]

National Sunday School conference comes to N.C.

In Matthew 28, Jesus commanded His followers to go into all the nations and to teach people His commands and His truth. People must be taught from God’s Word how to live in a way that is...[more]

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