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.
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.
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.
September is the month in which the NCMO is highlighted in many N.C. Baptist churches. As you give an offering designated for NCMO, you support vital ministries and mission efforts.
As we approach this year’s Annual Meeting of the Baptist State Convention, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. asks N.C. Baptists to pray for the leadership vacancies that will be filled.
For several years, we as Southern Baptists have been asking how we can reverse the downward trend of baptisms within our convention. There are no easy answers.
It was great to see so many North Carolina Baptists in Dallas, Texas, for this year’s SBC Annual Meeting. Thank you to all N.C. Baptists who attended this year’s meeting.
As we approach Father’s Day, those of us who have the privilege of being parents, grandparents or even a father figure to someone else would do well to heed Joshua’s instructions.
In the coming days, middle- and high-school students from all across North Carolina will begin descending on the N.C. Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell for our annual summer youth week camps.
While the spirit of unity is a supernatural work, it is also one that we must strive to obtain by yielding our will to God’s Spirit. Strive for unity in the bond of Christian love.
The Bible contains stories of mothers and their strong influence. The apostle Paul makes mention of Timothy’s faith being a direct result of the influence of his grandmother and mother.
As we approach this year’s SBC annual meeting, Milton A. Hollifield Jr. asks N.C. Baptists to pray for the convention, all of the related events and for our denomination as a whole.
Throughout our history, we have been and continue to be a denomination that believes that we can accomplish more together than we can apart.
Easter provides a tremendous opportunity to proclaim what Christianity is all about both personally and corporately in our worship services leading up to Easter Sunday.
We will never forget this choice servant of God and his influence will continue to impact our evangelism efforts.
Prayer is the foundational to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s disciple-making strategy, writes N.C. Baptist leader Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
As we approach Racial Reconciliation Sunday on Sunday, Feb. 11, I’m thankful for the strong stands and statements against the sin of racism that have taken place within our denomination.
Join us for a day of practical ministry training and equipping at the 2018 Disciple-Making Conference on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.
Many churches will recognize Jan. 21 as Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. As believers, we are called to be a voice for the powerless, writes Milton A. Hollifield Jr.
In the process of making New Year’s resolutions and setting goals, have you ever stopped to consider the goals that God may have for your life?