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NEWS

NAMB webinar helps collegiate leaders create ‘sending culture’

Brandon Elrod, NAMB
November 30 2020

Paul Worcester, national director of collegiate evangelism with the North American Mission Board (NAMB), hosted a webinar called “Creating a Sending Culture in your Collegiate Ministry” Nov. 18. Nearly 500 collegiate leaders registered to participate... read more

NEWS

SBC churches express gratefulness even during pandemic

Tobin Perry, Baptist Press
November 24 2020

Dusty Marshall has only served as pastor of New Life Baptist Fellowship for about 11 months. But it has been a wild 11 months. When he arrived last December, the church had six members and faced an uncertain future... read more

VIDEO

Sam James exhorts N.C. Baptists to witness with their lives

Biblical Recorder Staff
November 17 2020

“Christ is in us all the time, no matter where we are or what we’re doing. To me that’s what it is to be a missionary.” read more

NEWS

Hollifield exhorts N.C. Baptists to prioritize God, gospel & disciple-making

Chad Austin, BSC Communications
November 17 2020

In his final address to messengers as executive director-treasurer of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC), Milton A. Hollifield Jr. challenged N.C. Baptists to devote themselves to the Lord and continue working together to fulfill the Great Commission... read more

NEWS

Baptist Foundation endowment to support BCH adoption, foster care ministries

Liz Tablazon, BR Assistant Editor
November 16 2020

North Carolina Baptists now have another avenue to support foster and adoptive families through a new endowment and a fund management account offered by the North Carolina Baptist Foundation (NCBF).  Through a recent development in the relationship between NCBF and Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina (BCH), “We’re enabling people sitting in the pews to give and to be a part of providing Christian homes for vulnerable children,” said Brenda Gray, BCH’s executive vice president of development and communications... read more