May 2, 2018
|May 1, 2018 by Joe Westbury, Christian Index|
|When Mac Brunson, co-pastor of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, stepped into the pulpit Sunday, it began as any other worship experience. But by the time the April 29 service ended ... READ MORE|
|May 1, 2018 by Three Forks Baptist Association|
The churches of the Three Forks Baptist Association (TFBA) have affirmed the calling of a Church Mobilization Catalyst. “We are so excited to offer this strategic resource ...
|April 30, 2018 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor|
Florida pastor Ken Whitten said he is still “firmly convinced” J.D. Greear is the right man for president of the Southern Baptist Convention, and he is “grieved” by campaign-style attacks ... READ MORE
|April 30, 2018 by NCBM/Biblical Recorder|
More than 1,000 homes, businesses, churches and schools were damaged or destroyed when tornadoes with winds approaching 135 miles per hour swept through Guilford and Rockingham counties. READ MORE
N.C. communicators take home top video, news writing awards
Blume: Are we teachable?
SBC nominee list lacks diversity, under revision
Hollifield: Thankful for godly mothers
LINK Conference: 'A catalyst toward change' in multicultural ministry
K. Allan Blume
Senior adults, NDP, seminaries
On May 1, it was my privilege to share a biblical challenge with the senior adults of the South Fork Baptist Association. It was incredible to see a “sold out” crowd of 300 senior adults gather in the beautiful, new facilities of Mount Ruhama Baptist Church in Maiden. This is an annual event that has grown significantly. Associational Missionary Keith Hollar is leading South Fork’s 70 churches into outstanding Great Commission missions and ministry in the region. Here’s a hint to whose who lead other Baptist associations. If you want to see 300 senior adults in your association come together for a good time of fellowship and celebration, give Keith Hollar a call.
Thursday, May 3 is National Day of Prayer. Please support the prayer gatherings in your church, neighborhood, school, city, town or business. Pray for the leaders of our nation, states and local communities. Pray for churches and church leaders. Visit the National Day of Prayer website to learn about prayer events and to discover resources that will guide your personal prayers.
This week’s print edition of the Biblical Recorder headlines the progress of our six Southern Baptist seminaries. With the support of Cooperative Program dollars, these seminaries produce long-lasting fruit through the students they train for ministry around the world. These are exciting days for our seminaries – beginning with Southeastern Seminary right here in North Carolina. Plan to visit these campuses and see for yourself!
For some time I’ve wanted to share some comments about the importance of being teachable. Space is limited in the print edition, but I hope this week’s brief editorial will prompt us to evaluate ourselves and consider how teachable we are. Read the editorial here. I hope you find it helpful.
Congratulations to North Carolina Baptists who received awards for their work in communicating our message – esspecially the Biblical Recorder's Seth Brown who took home the top prize in newswriting for the second year in a row! Read the full story here.
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