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May 3, 2017

Human Trafficking: High Point organization plans to buy safe house

May 1, 2017 by Liz Tablazon, BR staff writer
North Carolina was among the top 10 states with the highest number of human trafficking cases reported in the United States. These victims need “a place to restructure their lives and find true freedom in Christ,” said Sandra Johnson. READ MORE 

15 receive N.C. Baptist Heritage Awards

May 2, 2017 by BR staff
Each year the N.C. Baptist Foundation and the Baptist State Convention sponsor the Baptist Heritage Awards where Baptist organizations recognize the efforts of distinct N.C. Baptists. READ MORE

Weekend storms bring Southern Baptist disaster relief

May 2, 2017 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
Southern Baptists are assessing damage and readying help in five states where weekend tornadoes and floods killed at least 15 people and injured dozens.

Pro-life ministry: 'Seeing the unseen'

May 1, 2017 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
Pro-life advocates say ultrasound technology leads many abortion-minded parents to rethink the life of their unborn child. Seeing the unseen makes a difference. 

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Pastor's Conference is very different this year 

The 2017 Pastor’s Conference in Phoenix next month will be historic in many ways. You have probably read about the conference president’s focus on preachers from small churches and the preparation that is required of each speaker. I reviewed this information in my editorial this week. I also included an invitation to join the Biblical Recorder in helping some small church pastors attend the conference. I hope you and your church will prayerfully consider being part of something unique and historic. I explained in the editorial how you can give a gift through the Recorder so more small church pastors will be able to attend the conference. We will send 100 percent of your gift to this scholarship fund.

It was my honor to speak Tuesday morning at the third annual AAIM Roundup in Thomasville, sponsored by North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM), a ministry of the Baptist Children’s Homes of North Carolina. AAIM (Aging Adults Innovating Ministry) is a network of ministers, lay leaders and church members in tune with the challenges and opportunities facing the aging. Sandy Gregory, director of NCBAM, and his skilled leadership team are providing a great service to our churches. They are equipping N.C. Baptists to reach a large, growing segment of our population – senior adults. Learn more at NCBAM.org.

Congratulations to Seth Brown, BR content editor, for winning the Frank Burkhalter Award in Religious Newswriting at the Baptist Communicator’s Association annual meeting. He was honored with this grand prize for his story on the Syrian refugee crisis. That story also won first place in the "Single article-more than 1,000 words" entry. The story was the front-page feature for the March 12, 2016, issue of the BR. All of the BR staff were honored with other awards. Read the full story here.

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