Perhaps my neighbor is the one who lives near me. Perhaps my neighbors are the ones who are like me. We can always find a definition for the word that we like.
Perhaps you have been praying for Muslims for awhile. God has been breaking your heart for them and their need for the gospel. But they are still “them” – a mysterious group of “others."
God’s mission is fueled by prayer. As we pray our communion with God grows, along with our desire to obey Him. Prayer cultivates a missional and joyful mindset within us.
When we talk about emotionally unhealthy leaders, someone always comes to mind — a boss, a leader, a family member, a dad, a staff member, a deacon or a pastor.
Many people from across the country have witnessed the destruction and devastation that Hurricane Florence brought to our state when the storm made landfall along the North Carolina coast.
SBC President J.D. Greear asked Southern Baptists to join for a day of prayer and fasting on Monday, Oct. 8 for leadership transitions taking place across the SBC.
Breakout sessions are an important part of Annual Meeting. Each year, a number of ministry leaders and others offer sessions that address a variety of topics.
Check out this month’s roundup of resources which include highlights on areas such as disaster relief, prayer, evangelism and more.
It might be surprising to know that many pastors regularly struggle with feelings of inadequacy. With expectations rising, it shouldn’t be a surprise.
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Board of Directors approved an amended Cooperative Program budget proposal for 2019 totaling $31 million during the board’s fall meeting.
Clay Smith and Melanie Wallace were elected to serve as president and vice president, respectively, of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina's Board of Directors for 2019.
The Strategic Focus Team works with churches in eight population centers and other areas across the state. The coastal center is located in the southeastern coastal region of North Carolina.
All great moves of God begin with prayer, and for the seventh consecutive year, we are encouraging North Carolina Baptists to join in a 30-day prayer emphasis this October.
We live in a world today that desperately needs credible leaders that have the character, capacity and competence to lead. We need leaders who can lead like Jesus.
The church in America finds itself in an ever-increasing hostile, hopeless and overwhelming place as paganism, evil and lostness marches forward.
J.D. Greear, president of the SBC, encourages individuals to support Southern Baptist disaster relief efforts in the aftermath of the storm.
Hurricane Florence is a powerful storm that is projected to inflict major damage to the Carolinas and surrounding states. Baptists on Mission/N.C. Baptist Men are making plans to respond.
Natural disasters can wreak havoc on a community. While churches are not immune from the impact of these events, they play a vital role in ministering to the community.
I grew up in the Bible Belt. In those days, almost nobody worked on Sundays. We prayed before class, ball games and meals — even in the name of Jesus — whether we believed it or not.
This year’s annual meeting theme is an appropriate one as we seek by God’s grace as a convention of churches to impact lostness through disciple-making.