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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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Disciple-making in the home focus of September conference

July 17 2014 by C. Walter Overman, BSC Communications

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Disciple-Making Team will sponsor the Building Faith Filled Families Conference at Lakeview Baptist Church in Hickory Sept. 19-20. The team will focus on equipping pastors and parents to work together to build faith-filled homes that are marked by disciple-making.

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FBC Matthews calls Clay Smith

July 17 2014 by Press reports

The First Baptist Church of Matthews voted unanimously July 13 to call Clay Smith as the church’s senior pastor. He currently serves as minister of adults at Shandon Baptist Church in Columbia, S.C. Dick Lincoln, Shandon’s senior pastor, believes the Matthews congregation is “in for a treat.”

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Weekend celebration marks Kennedy Home’s centennial

July 17 2014 by Blake Ragsdale, BCH Communications

A century of history and memories, shared by those who call this special place “home,” was celebrated at Kennedy Home on July 5-6 for its 100th anniversary. The “Centennial Celebration” saw the Kinston-based campus filled with faces from both past and present as all came together to pay tribute to…

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NCBAM helps spread word about elder abuse

July 16 2014 by Carol Layton, NCBAM Communications

More than 500 people gathered June 21 in Triad Park in Kernersville to participate in the third annual “World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Walk.” Team members from North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM) served as volunteers at the event by…

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Pastors: Gov. McCrory must defend marriage law

July 15 2014 by K. Allan Blume, Biblical Recorder

The North Carolina Pastors’ Network held a press conference on the south lawn of the state Capitol building in Raleigh July 15 to take the offensive on the legal challenges against the state’s marriage amendment.

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‘Greater things’ in store for N.C. Baptists’ yearly gathering

July 15 2014 by C. Walter Overman, BSC Communications

The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina is making plans for the 2014 annual meeting, to be held Nov. 10-11 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro. The meeting will feature opportunities to learn how North Carolina Baptists are “Impacting Lostness Through Disciple-Making.”

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BSC Executive Committee approves 2015 budget

July 15 2014 by C. Walter Overman, BSC Communications

The Executive Committee of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina met July 10 to consider the proposed 2015 Cooperative Program budget and other committee reports. However, few of the committees are meeting during the summer months so reports were limited.

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SEBTS gives $200,000 in Kingdom Diversity Scholarships

July 7 2014 by SEBTS staff

The new Kingdom Diversity scholarships at Southeastern have been awarded to 23 students. Gifts range from nine full-time, 13 part-time, and one $1000 partial scholarship. Students selected are from places including Central America, Korea and the Dominican Republic and represent a variety of cultures such as African-American, Asian and Hispanic.

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CAL weighs in on actions by N.C. lawmakers

July 1 2014 by L.A. Williams, Christian Action League of North Carolina, Inc.

Court rulings on prayer, suits filed against the state’s marriage amendment, and a community’s battle to keep out a planned casino are among the issues garnering the attention of the Christian Action League this year.

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