Thanks to a free resource called “52 Sundays,” churches can pray for missionaries serving all around the world every week of the year.
The churches of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina reached a major milestone in September by engaging an unprecedented 50 college campuses with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Christmas is a special time of year that affords families the opportunity to use creative ways to point children and others to Christ.
This month’s resources include a focus on missions with aids to pray for missionaries throughout 2018 and resources for the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering.
The holiday season is upon us. If you find yourself in a leadership role, how can you reflect the generosity that God has given you? Art Rainer has six suggestions.
Merrie Johnson shares about learning to glorify God at all times, even in the midst of her journey alongside a son who was diagnosed with cancer.
Reaching the vast number of lost people in North Carolina can seem overwhelming. What if we focused on a few to reach the many?
More than 220 women gathered together for the Embrace Women’s Ministry retreat at Caraway Conference Center and Camp near Asheboro on Oct. 27-28.
International students have a desire to experience American culture, including the holidays. Tom Knight shares how you can include international students in your Thanksgiving celebration.
N.C. Baptists prayed for revival and spiritual awakening, and celebrated record missions giving at this year's Annual Meeting held Nov. 6-7 in Greensboro. The theme was "Return to Me."
Milton A Hollifield Jr. encouraged N.C. Baptists to seek a fresh work of God in their individual lives and in the lives of their churches in his address during the 2017 Annual Meeting.
Several Baptist State Convention of North Carolina staff members shared updates related to their respective ministries during this year’s Annual Meeting in Greensboro.
Messengers from N.C. Baptist churches cast their votes on a variety of business items during this year's Annual Meeting, including convention officers, a 2018 budget, resolutions and more.
Children naturally imitate their parents and peers. Similarly, we are to imitate Jesus, who imitates the Father. Josh Reed shares why imitation is a fundamental aspect of disciple-making.
This month’s resources include some aids related to sharing your faith during the holidays, family worship, prayer and more.
Southern Baptist Convention leaders are calling on churches to join the Gospel Conversations Challenge as part of a nationwide effort to have 1 million gospel conversations by June 2018.
Should Christians celebrate Halloween? Professor George Robinson of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares how this holiday offers unique opportunities to share the gospel.
During this year’s “Broken Before the Throne” prayer gathering, participants will be led through four seasons of prayer based upon these four themes: repent, return, restore and refresh.
Parents and grandparents have a great opportunity to teach children how to pray. Here’s some helpful advice about modeling prayer at different stages of a child’s life.
Scripture describes the Christian life as a race. Ashley Allen of Embrace women's ministry, shares three ways that disciple-making is similar to running.