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BSC announces 2017 annual meeting theme

July 11, 2017 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications
“Return to Me” is the theme for the 2017 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Annual Meeting Nov. 6-7, which will include a special emphasis on prayer for revival and spiritual awakening. READ MORE 

UNC student uses 'wish' for eternal impact

July 10, 2017 by Liz Tablazon, BR Staff Writer
Madeline Ray and her family were supposed to take a trip to Australia in 2011. That’s when the Make-A-Wish Foundation initially granted her wish, but God was leading Ray to a different decision ... READ MORE

Pew finds abortion chasm persists

July 11, 2017 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
Americans remain divided along religious and political lines on whether abortion should be illegal in the U.S., the Pew Research Center said in its latest research released July 7. READ MORE

Church planter urges prayer for Russia

July 11, 2017 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor
“There are a good number of Russians whose religion is their country,” said Adam Knight, a church planter with the International Mission Board. That nationalistic devotion led to the persecution ... READ MORE




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Girl's 'wish' gift supports missions 

Have you read Madeline Ray’s powerful story? This 21-year old university student has battled significant physical challenges, yet she took a bold step to help our International Mission Board (IMB) missionaries take the gospel to unreached people groups on the other side of the world. Our circulation manager and writer, Liz Tablazon, interviewed Ray and wrote a very inspirational story about her, and the IMB produced a moving video to tell how this young woman’s generous gift supports international missions. Read the story and share it with your friends.

Jesus was a friend of sinners. What did that mean? How did Jesus connect with sinners? In this week’s editorial I expressed my concern over Southern Baptists' downhill slide in reported baptisms and some of our attempts to reverse that trend. Are we missing a key ingredient from the example of Jesus? Are the lost around us open to being our friend? Read my editorial, and let me know your thoughts.

Although Mission:Dignity Sunday was the last Sunday in June, it is never too late to give a gift to support this great ministry to retired pastors and their widows. We published two more great stories that share how your gifts are blessing these faithful servants. Read pastor Elvis Durrill’s story here and widow Doris Jackson’s testimony here. Mission:Dignity has made a big difference in their lives!

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