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  • New BCH outreach center to aid families dedicated

    January 22 2019 by Blake Ragsdale, BCH Communications | with 0 comments
    New BCH outreach center to aid families dedicated

    The vision to establish a dynamic new ministry to aid families throughout the state came into focus with the Jan. 15 dedication of the Bob and Carolyn Tucker Greater Vision Outreach Center. Donors, dignitaries, staff and community friends gathered at Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina’s (BCH) Mills Home campus in Thomasville …

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  • NCBM receives $40,000 donation

    January 22 2019 by From press release | with 0 comments
    NCBM receives $40,000 donation

    Show N Tell Ministries presented a check for $40,000 to the N.C. Baptists on Mission (NCBM) Jan. 11 after organizing a Broadway benefit concert in Raleigh in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Broadway Sings for Florence was held in October at Meymandi Concert Hall at Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

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  • Camp Cale receives $25,000 Bryan Award

    January 22 2019 by Rye Foundation | with 0 comments
    Camp Cale receives $25,000 Bryan Award

    The Rye Foundation has announced the winner of its Ray Bryan Award, and the recipient is Camp Cale in Hertford. Warren Steen, the president of the foundation, said the award recognizes a faith-based organization that is making a positive and lasting impact on children and youth.

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  • Gardner-Webb names interim president

    January 22 2019 by GWU Communications | with 0 comments
    Gardner-Webb names interim president

    The Gardner-Webb University (GWU) Board of Trustees has named an interim president, who will begin Feb. 1 when President Frank Bonner retires. Ben Leslie, GWU provost and executive vice president, will lead the university until the new president assumes the role.

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  • MLK taught as ‘Christian hero’ at SBC seminaries

    January 21 2019 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    MLK taught as ‘Christian hero’ at SBC seminaries

    When a white supremacist gunned down nine black worshipers at Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston, S.C., mission catalyst Bob Lawler knew he had to say something to the Baptist association he led in northern California. So Lawler gathered the association’s 48 ethnically diverse churches for a joint worship service.

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  • ERLC boosts advocacy through training

    January 21 2019 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    ERLC boosts advocacy through training

    The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC) is known for its advocacy work among the nation’s lawmakers on behalf of Southern Baptists, but its efforts do not stop there. ERLC staff members also advocate alongside Southern Baptists by equipping them to understand public policy and petition legislators independently.

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  • Can NFL kickers be leaders?

    January 21 2019 by Roman Gabriel III, BR Sports Q&A | with 0 comments
    Can NFL kickers be leaders?

    Matt Stover played 13 seasons as a professional football place kicker for the New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts, Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens. In 2009, he was the third most accurate kicker in the history of the National Football League (NFL), even bringing home a Super Bowl championship when he played for the Ravens.

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  • Russell Moore at EFL: Dignity, gospel needed

    January 21 2019 by Tom Strode, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Russell Moore at EFL: Dignity, gospel needed

    Human dignity and gospel mission should characterize the Christian voice at a time when people are treated like machines, Southern Baptist ethicist Russell Moore said at Evangelicals for Life on Jan. 17. “We march for life, but we march beyond that to eternal life,” said Moore.

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