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Festival 31: Back in a big way

October 23 2014 by Rick Houston, Special to the Recorder

The lengths to which the Winston-Salem congregation has gone to plan for its upcoming Festival 31 Halloween alternative are impressive, to say the least. It will be Calvary’s first Halloween event since 2007, and they’re planning for somewhere in the neighborhood of 3,000 people to attend.

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Mud Creek seeks racial reconciliation

October 21 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor

Mud Creek Baptist Church and Mud Creek Missionary Baptist Church share the same name because of a local creek that runs through Henderson County. Yet, the three miles now separating these two churches once had a racist past leading to a congregational split.

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SEBTS launches 5-year B.A./M.Div. degree

October 21 2014 by SEBTS Communications

Students preparing for the pastorate at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary now have the opportunity to earn a bachelor of arts and master of divinity in five years. The Robert D. and Patricia E. Kern Family Foundation, Inc. has awarded a grant of $500,000 to SEBTS…

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2014 summary for proposed BSC bylaw amendments

October 21 2014 by BSC Communications

A Summary of the 2014 proposed BSC bylaw amendments to be presented to the messengers at the 2014 meeting of the Baptist State Convention for consideration. The proposed amendments have been presented within six motions.

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Proposed amendments to bylaws of Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Inc.

October 21 2014 by BSC Communications

The 2014 proposed BSC bylaw amendments, to be presented to the messengers at the 2014 meeting of the Baptist State Convention for consideration, are given here in detail.

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Student volunteers show God is ‘hope in darkness’

October 20 2014 by Paige Turner, IMB

A weeklong International World Changers mission trip brought together 40 high school and college students from churches in North Carolina and Virginia. World Changers provides student groups and individuals a short-term missions experience as they partner with International Mission Board workers throughout the world.

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BOD approves amendments, property proposals

October 20 2014 by BSC Communications

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s Board of Directors approved a reduced Cooperative Program budget for 2015, took action on several properties, heard reports and approved proposals for changes in convention bylaws during its meeting Sept. 30-Oct. 1 at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell on Oak Island.

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Other events during annual meeting

October 20 2014 by Compilation of press releases

Each year messengers gather for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina annual meeting. As always there are other events that happen around the same time.

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Fall Board of Trustees and Southeastern Society Meetings

October 17 2014 by SEBTS Communications

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary held its semi-annual Board of Trustees and Southeastern Society meetings Oct. 12-14. Daniel Akin, president of Southeastern, noted recent accomplishments of the seminary including the fifth year of record enrollment at 3,220 students.

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Same-sex marriage in N.C. draws response

October 14 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor

In Asheville, U.S. District Court Judge Max Cogburn overturned Oct. 10 the constitutional amendment that recognized marriage between one man and one woman. This came days after the Supreme Court’s denial of review. Many notable North Carolinians have responded to Cogburn’s ruling by…

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