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North Carolina


N.C. Baptists respond to widespread power outages in Moore County

By Samuel Heard, N.C. Baptist Marketing & Communications
December 05 2022

CARY, N.C. – N.C. Baptists on Mission has deployed volunteers and sent supplies to Moore County in response to an alleged act of vandalism that has left nearly 45,000 people without power in central North Carolina... read more


After paralysis journey, disaster relief worker lends helping hand to others

By Grace Thornton, The Alabama Baptist
November 30 2022

For the past five years Richard Browning hasn’t been able to feel his feet. He doesn’t have all the feeling in his hands anymore either. But that doesn’t stop him from hanging onto the conviction he had before he lost those abilities — he’s supposed to be the hands and feet of Christ... read more


N.C. Baptist leaders respond after same-sex marriage bill advances in Senate

By Chad Austin, Biblical Recorder
November 17 2022

One day after a key vote in the U.S. Senate to advance a bill that would provide federal protections for same-sex marriage, N.C. Baptist leaders spoke out against the measure which drew the support of both of North Carolina’s Republican senators... read more


First Person: The pastor and biblical complementarianism

By Danny Akin, SEBTS President
November 14 2022

As I preach across the country and engage leaders throughout the Southern Baptist Convention, I am often asked about the current discussions concerning women in ministry in our SBC family. I believe it is important to provide clarity in this cultural moment, addressing what I believe is the biblical understanding of the office and qualifications of a pastor... read more


Historic election of N.C. Baptists’ first Black president put into perspective with Facebook post

Scott Barkley
November 14 2022

MONROE, N.C. (BP) — Quintell Hill’s election as the first African American president in the history of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina is notable on its own merit. But just as Hill’s ascension to that role is indicative of the growing diversification of the Southern Baptist Convention, so is his testimony on the need for Southern Baptists to continue to address instances of racism... read more