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NCBAM targets fire-risk areas in state

August 12 2014 by Carol Layton, NCBAM Communications

In March 2014, North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry received seven of 50 “Smoke Alarm and Home Safety Grants” awarded by the Office of State Fire Marshal – one for each of NCBAM’s six regional directors to administer and one for the ministry’s Call Center with its statewide outreach.

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Rick Trexler retires from BSC after 13 years with students

August 12 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor

Rick Trexler retired July 31 after serving with the campus ministry team of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina since 2001. He previously was in campus ministry at Gardner-Webb University, Memorial Baptist Church in Buies Creek and Eastern Kentucky University. Jonathan Yarboro will stand in as interim.

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Preserving Fort Caswell’s past for its future

August 11 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor

Fort Caswell played a number of military roles in American history, and in 1949 it was purchased for $86,000 by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina to become the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell. Located of the southeastern shores of Oak Island, Fort Caswell was named for Richard Caswell, North Carolina’s first governor.

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Psalms, hymns enrich Black Church Week

August 1 2014 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press

Psalms, hymns and spiritual songs enriched worship, study and fellowship among those gathered at Black Church Leadership and Family Conference, an annual week of spiritual enrichment for the nearly 4,000 African American churches in…

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N.C. pastor wins congressional primary

August 1 2014 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press

Mark Walker, who had served in multiple pastoral roles in Southern Baptist churches, gained a decisive upset July 15 in a runoff for the Republican nomination for the House of Representatives in North Carolina’s Sixth District.

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Fruitland’s associate degree now online

July 30 2014 by Fruitland Baptist Bible College Communications

Students enrolling at Fruitland Baptist Bible College in the Fall of 2014 have the option of completing their entire associate of religion in Christian ministries and worldview degree online. The online curriculum consists of 64 courses offered over eight quarters.

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Largest Southern Baptist churches in North Carolina

July 29 2014 by Biblical Recorder staff

Each year Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources, publishes a list of Southern Baptist Convention churches that average 1,000 or more in worship attendance. These numbers are drawn from the 2013 Annual Church Profile data self-reported by churches.

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Bethel Baptist thinks big with small congregation

July 29 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor

Organized in 1806, Bethel Baptist Church in Hertford is one of the oldest churches in North Carolina. With an average worship attendance around 100, its size matches the majority of Southern Baptist churches. July 13 was a day of celebration and groundbreaking for a new multi-ministry building that will broaden the church’s outreach.

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Caraway offers new camps, focuses on disciple-making

July 29 2014 by C. Walter Overman, BSC Communications

At the B.W. Jackson outdoor chapel on the grounds of Camp Caraway, there is a plaque in honor of Jackson reminding people of the purpose of Camp Caraway – to introduce children to the gospel of Jesus Christ. In 1999, when the chapel was named after Jackson, more than 6,000 boys received Christ as their Lord and Savior at Camp Caraway.

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Southeastern serves university students in Taiwan

July 18 2014 by SEBTS Communications

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary professors Walter Strickland, special advisor to the president for diversity and instructor of theology, and Benjamin Quinn, instructor of theology and history of ideas, led five Southeastern students on a weeklong mission trip to Taipei, Taiwan.

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