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January 28, 2015

Mapping peoples across the state

January 26, 2015 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor
Mapping By the end of 2015, the mapping project will be underway in all eight largest population centers of the state: The Asheville, Hickory, Triad, Triangle, Fayetteville, Charlotte-Metro, Greenville, and Wilmington regions. 

CP, missions gifts mixed in 2014

January 26, 2015 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina released its 2014 financial report. The total was $28,829,536.74, which is $271,208.25 or .93 percent below the amount given in 2013.

Chris Sanders speaks about Super Bowl, faith

January 26, 2015 by Roman Gabriel III, BR Sports
Once a two-time sport star at Ohio State University, Chris Sanders went on to play in the NFL. He credits a former coach with leading him to Christ.

McEwen resigns; Brown named new content editor

January 26, 2015 by Biblical Recorder staff
Michael McEwen, content editor at the Biblical Recorder since October 2013, has resigned. Effective Feb. 2, Seth Brown becomes the Recorder’s content editor.


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BSC Board elects new leaders 

This week’s BRweekly calls attention to a variety of interesting stories. The mapping project is building a foundation for much of state convention’s strategy for impacting lostness in North Carolina. This is definitely a "people need to know" story.

BR sports correspondent Roman Gabriel III is in Phoenix for Super Bowl XLIX. We’ll be posting reports, videos and photos as he sends them, so visit the BR Super Bowl page regularly this week.

Do you know where your money goes when you respond to telemarketing fundraisers and solicitors? The truth is startling. Please read my editorial in this week’s Biblical Recorder and share it with everyone in your church.

The first meeting of the new Board of Directors for the Baptist State Convention of N.C. is this week at Caraway. Tuesday night they elected new officers and filled all slots on the Executive Committee. Here is a summary:

Board President: Perry Brindley, previously vice president of the board and current director of missions for the Buncombe Baptist Association

Board Vice President: Mark Kinlaw, pastor of Southview Baptist Church, Hope Mills

Board Secretary: Ginger Brown, convention staff and member of First Baptist, Cary

Four at-large members of the executive committee:

John Mark Harrison, pastor of Apex Baptist Church, Apex

Lawrence Clapp, pastor of South Elm Street Baptist Church, Greensboro

Marc Francis, pastor of Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Durham

Ken Jones, pastor of Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church, Lincolnton

Watch for a more complete story on BRnow.org this week with a complete list of executive committee members and more information from the board meeting.

The resources that you and your church need to stay informed are on BRnow.org. Be sure your brothers and sisters in Christ know about us. We are here to serve you and strengthen both your walk and witness for Jesus.

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