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March 25, 2015

Waypoint employs gospel in global market

March 23, 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
Waypoint Church began September 2014 in Durham as a church plant with the motivation from the high number of people immigrating to the area near Research Triangle Park.

Unlikely church planter receives unusual fruit

March 24, 2015 by Jim Burton, North American Mission Board
While the Lasheys had family ties to Delaware, Mark Lashey had no desire to live in a land without sweet tea and Southern biscuits. But when he began praying for the people as he ran, God began to develop ....

SEND tour calls 'ordinary' to radical mission

March 20, 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
David Platt, International Mission Board president and author, challenges "ordinary people" to make their lives radical by serving God in exciting ways.

Heritage awards honor 15 recipients

March 24, 2015 by BR staff
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina and the N.C. Baptist Foundation honored 15 Heritage Awards recipients. The annual banquet was cancelled due to winter weather, but honorees were not overlooked. 

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Radical reaching 

This week there are some exciting stories for you to read in the Biblical Recorder and on BRnow.org. Seth Brown, content editor for the Recorder, has written two stories that draw attention to the urgency of reaching people with the gospel. Take time to read how God is using Josh Benfield and Lawrence Yoo to reach internationals in their communities around the Research Triangle. You can apply the same principles to reaching your community.

Seth’s other story highlights two stops of the SEND tour in North Carolina last week. Both events drew large crowds in Winston-Salem and Wake Forest. Both events were enthusiastically received, also. Keynote speaker David Platt called for radical disciples to change the world.

Since our churches are in the middle of the annual Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American Missions, we included another great story about how this offering is being used to reach our continent with the gospel. Read how the Lasheys ended up in Delaware, and how they are making a gospel impact through their church plant.

Finally, read Joel Rainey’s guest column. You’ve probably heard about prosperity evangelist Creflo Dollar’s appeal for $65 million to buy a new airplane. Rainey raises some honest concerns about integrity – not only in Creflo’s ministry, but in our ministries, also.

Thank you for depending on the Biblical Recorder as your source for news and information with a Christian worldview.

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