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Campbell’s Jerry Wallace shares his plans for future

April 23 2014 by Campbell University Communications

Campbell University president, Jerry M. Wallace, announced during a April 23 meeting of the university Board of Trustees that he will step down as president on June 30, 2015. After a one-year sabbatical, he will transition to the honorary role and title of university chancellor.

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‘People loved us with the Mother’s Day Offering’

April 23 2014 by N.C. Baptist Hospital Communications

For 90 years, North Carolina Baptists have faithfully and sacrificially given to the Mother’s Day Offering to make a life-changing difference for hurting patients and families. The offering provides a source of hope in the name of Jesus Christ and His love.

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Evangelicals must persuade, Moore says

April 23 2014 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press

Evangelicals in post-Christian America must seek to persuade those who disagree with them to recognize the importance of human life, marriage and religious freedom, Southern Baptist ethicist Russell D. Moore said on a nationwide telecast Easter Sunday.

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Governor appoints NCBAM leader to homelessness council

April 23 2014 by Carol Layton, NCBAM

Sandy C. Gregory, a native of Statesville, was recently appointed by Gov. Pat McCrory to serve on the North Carolina Governor’s Council on Homelessness. The Council will provide recommendations to the governor and the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services…

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WMU-NC moving meeting to Winston-Salem

April 23 2014 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Production Editor

Moving its annual meeting away from Ridgecrest Conference Center caused the biggest stir at the Woman’s Missionary Union of North Carolina’s recent meeting. Stressing that WMU-NC remains thankful for Ridgecrest, Hartsell said the organization was looking at the changing needs and desires of its membership.

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Wingate president announces retirement

April 22 2014 by Wingate University Communications

Jerry E. McGee, Wingate University’s 13th president, announced plans today (April 22) to retire in May 2015. McGee is N.C.’s longest-serving university president. At the time of his retirement, he will have served at Wingate for 23 years.

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Heritage Awards recognize 17 for leadership

April 22 2014 by BR staff & press reports

Seventeen North Carolina Baptists were recognized for their persistent dedication to the state during the 14th annual Baptist Heritage Awards ceremony April 8 at the Grandover Resort & Conference Center in Greensboro. This year 12 agencies presented awards to individuals for their contributions to the state’s Baptist entities.

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Biltmore leader finds multi-sites messy but worth it

April 22 2014 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Production Editor

Bruce Frank believes multi-site churches are part of a rapidly growing movement. While Frank has been Biltmore Baptist Church’s lead pastor for more than five and a half years, the church is fairly new to multi-site churches.

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Report to EC: ‘We know where the lost people are’

April 22 2014 by BSC Communcations & BR staff

Several reports were presented to the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s executive committee in their April 10 meeting in Cary. The committee’s agenda included reports from board committees and convention staff as well as personal testimonies of impacting lostness in the state.

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Why is pastor running for U.S. Senate?

April 21 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor

In Baptist life Mark Harris is an established leader. He has a positive record as the pastor of three growing churches, community experience as a cultural influencer and name recognition as a recent officer of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina for six years, including two years as president.

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