Earlier this month, the Rev. Fred Lunsford celebrated his 90th birthday. His life and ministry have touched and influenced many North Carolina Baptists, writes Milton Hollifield.
Four new buildings plus a 9,000 square-foot auditorium will greatly expand Caraway Conference Center’s ability to serve North Carolina Baptists.
Check out the archived video messages that Ed Stetzer, Afshin Ziafat and Robby Gallaty shared during the 2015 One Story Disciple-Making conference, held Feb. 23.
The deadline to submit recommendations for individuals to serve on various BSCNC boards and committees has been extended until Friday, April 10. Make a recommendation today!
Scheduled for Saturday, March 28 at Old Town Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, the event will allow ministers’ wives to draw strength from one another.
Dr. Kenneth Ridings, longtime professor and president of Fruitland Baptist Bible College, died Thursday, March 5 following a period of declining health. He was 78.
Receive training in virtually every aspect of church ministry at the One Day event, scheduled for Saturday, May 2 at Green Street Baptist Church in High Point. Make plans now to attend.
Dr. Frank Page, president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, will share experiences chronicled in his book, Melissa: A Father’s Lessons from a Daughter’s Suicide.
Join BSCNC Executive Dircector-Treasurer Milton Hollifield and other Southern Baptists in a week of focused prayer for North American missions and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering.
Sometimes we can all fall into the trap of serving God out of a sense of duty rather than a sense of joy, writes Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
Easter can be an even greater celebration by experiencing Lent. If you've never celebrated Lent before, Kenny Lamm offers some thoughts and practical advice to consider.
Register now for the People Group Discovery and Engagement Workshop being held in Cary March 30-April. 1.
Many of the 52 new members of the BSCNC Board of Directors expressed their enthusiasm over what God is doing in North Carolina following their first meeting of 2015.
Attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Feb. 23 to learn how your story can make a difference in a dark world, writes Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
The BSCNC Board of Directors welcomed more than 50 new members, elected new officers and were challenged to be disciple-making leaders in their churches.
In its first meeting of 2015, the Executive Committee heard committee reports that included updates on a property sale and a final financial report for 2014.
Make plans now to attend the One Story Disciple-Making Conference on Monday, Feb. 23 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.
When Cameron McGill attended his first meeting as a member of the Board of Directors for the BSCNC, he had no idea how it would transform his life and ministry.
As believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, we must lead the way in praying for and seeking racial reconciliation, writes BSCNC Executive Director-Treasurer Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
In recognition of Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, here are six ways you and your church can be an advocate for life from the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission.