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December 13, 2017

McGill calls Baptists to refocus, revision, renew

December 11, 2017 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor
Highlighting the theme of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s 2017 annual meeting, convention president Cameron McGill said, “there is an eerie similarity between what’s going on in Zechariah’s day and what’s going on in ... READ MORE 

Bangkok Baptists embrace international cooperation, ministry

December 11, 2017 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
Southern Baptists know how to send missionaries to other nations, but some are learning how to send messengers from other nations. Two representatives from Calvary Baptist Church in Bangkok ... READ MORE

Fire destroys half of church, worship resumes next day

December 12, 2017 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
One day after fire destroyed nearly half of Eagle Heights Baptist Church in Harrison, Ark., senior pastor Kennith Stacy held services in the congregation’s family life center. READ MORE

Theologians unite for Reformation panel

December 11, 2017 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Production Editor
What do Catholic, Reformed and Baptist theologians have in common? That question may sound like the beginning of a bad joke, but theologians from those three traditions gathered ... READ MORE

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Top 50 LMCO reported 

A freshly printed copy of the Biblical Recorder is in the mail this week. It includes the two final stories from November’s annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. One of those stories is a summary of convention president Cameron McGill’s sermon. The other is a summary of the Reformation panel discussion, sponsored by the convention’s Historical Committee. It normally takes about three issues of the Recorder to report on the annual meeting. This is the third post-convention issue, so this should wrap up coverage of the event.

The print edition also includes a list of 50 churches in North Carolina that led the state in gifts to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for International Missions (LMCO). The list will be posted on the website later, so if you want to see it now, you’ll need to get a copy of the Recorder, or if you have access to the Digital Edition, click here and you can see it now on page 12.

Do you have a subscription to the Digital Edition? There are great advantages to having access to all editions of the printed Recorder (in a PDF format), going back more than five years! You can read any issue on your smartphone or tablet any time you have internet access. The cost is only $5.99 per year – about the cost of one hamburger! If you have a paid subscription to the print issue, you can get the Digital Edition at no additional charge! Click here to learn more. By the way, the Digital Edition is NOT the same as the website. Check it out!

Keep praying and giving generously to support the ministries of our missionaries through LMCO.

As the year comes to a close, remember the Biblical Recorder in your year-end gifts. We are a non-profit ministry and your gifts are tax deductible. We really appreciate your support!! Have a great week.


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