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NAMB responds to McRaney lawsuit

May 22, 2017 by David Roach, Baptist Press
The North American Mission Board (NAMB) has filed an official response to a lawsuit by former Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware executive director Will McRaney, who alleges NAMB wrongly interfered ... READ MORE 

Conservatives applaud bill to raise juvenile deliquent age

May 22, 2017 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
Teenagers that commit low-level crimes should not be tried in court as adults, say some conservative groups in North Carolina, and raising the age limit of juvenile delinquency to 18 would ...
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Women's Advisory Council prepares final report

May 23, 2017 by Roger S. Oldham, Baptist Press
The council has sought to gather and share information about perspectives and strategies for women in Southern Baptist churches to help reach the U.S. and the world with the gospel. READ MORE

Grady Cothen, former president of 2 SBC entities, dies

May 23, 2017 by David Roach, Baptist Press & Marilyn Stewart, NOBTS
Grady Cothen – former executive of a state convention, Southern Baptist university and two Southern Baptist Convention entities – died May 19 at The Orchard retirement home in Ridgeland, Miss. READ MORE




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Board meets at Fort Caswell
 

Every year you elect men and women from churches across the state to represent you on the board of directors of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. That board meets three times annually to transact the convention’s business between our November annual meetings. Most of those meetings are held at Caraway Conference Center and Camp near Asheboro, since that location is in the center of the state.

But at least one time every four years, the board meets at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell. This is your beautiful coastal retreat on Oak Island that hosts more that 40,000 guests for retreats, conferences and meetings all year long.

I am writing this column from Fort Caswell where the board of directors met on Monday and Tuesday. This was an opportune time for them to meet on Oak Island again, since appropriate recognition could be given to Caswell’s director of 32 years, Rick Holbrook, who retires at the end of this month. The Biblical Recorder reported this news last month. We thank God for the excellent leadership Holbrook has given at Caswell. We also commit to pray for Caswell’s new director, Brian Hemphill.

Watch for stories about the board’s actions in next week’s print issue of the Biblical Recorder and at BRnow.org.

Continue to pray for the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix next month. If you are not able to attend, follow the Biblical Recorder's website and social media for news, updates and important information.

Have a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend.

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