|July 24, 2017 by Emily Rojas, BSC Communications|
|In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew hit North Carolina, leaving damaged and destroyed homes in its wake. N.C. Baptists on Mission have made restoring and rebuilding homes a top priority ... READ MORE|
|July 24, 2017 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor|
Khoung Rolan was born in a small Montagnard village in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Through the witness of a cousin, Rolan and two of his sisters became Christians. …
|July 24, 2017 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications|
On Tues., Nov. 7, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina will use the last night of its annual meeting to focus on prayer. The Office of Prayer has prepared a 30-day devotional leading up to the meeting. READ MORE
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Pastor sleeps on church roof!
In this week’s edition of the Biblical Recorder we reported the story about Mark Perko, the pastor of Deep Creek Baptist Church in Wadesboro, who challenged his students to raise money for Sole2Soul ministry by the end of the church’s VBS week. If they met their goal, he promised them he would sleep on the roof of the church. Guess where he spent the night? Way to go Pastor Mark! I hope all of our readers will enjoy this story and find creative ways to challenge our churches in generosity.
Do you have a VBS story to tell? Please share your Vacation Bible School stories with the Biblical Recorder. It doesn't have to be a long story – just one that tells how the church is sharing the gospel and reaching your community through VBS. Email me as soon as you can! Thank you.
A few weeks ago I listened to Kyle and Jenny Roland as they shared their life story with me. I wrote their about their journey and the call God has put on their hearts to be the first immigrant Montagnards to be sent from North Carolina as missionaries of the gospel to another Asian nation – the Philippines. As you read their story, pray for them. You can contact them through their home church, First Baptist Church of Matthews.
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