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Annual meeting to prioritize prayer, missions

October 16, 2017 by BR staff
The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina has released details about the 2017 Annual Meeting scheduled for Nov. 6-7 at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro, N.C. READ MORE 

Brave boy leads sisters to safety, new home

October 16, 2017 by BCH Communications
Jake was only nine years old when he woke up his two younger sisters and together escaped an abusive home. Now, they have a new family at the Baptist Children’s Homes. READ MORE

100-year-old makes dresses for shoeboxes

October 16, 2017 by Samaritan's Purse
100-year-old Eva Bossenberger is making dresses that will soon be packed in shoeboxes and distributed to little girls across the world through Operation Christmas Child. 
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Study: Congress should end
IRS oversight of sermons

October 17, 2017 by Bob Smietana, LifeWay Christian Resources
According to a new survey, most Protestant pastors think the IRS should not be able to penalize a church for sermon content, including endorsing candidates from the pulpit. READ MORE




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Associations celebrate missions 

I’m writing from Hendersonville where I attended the 140th annual meeting of the Carolina Baptist Association Tuesday at Etowah Baptist Church. Last year Michael Smith resigned from Fruitland Baptist Church to become the director of missions for the Carolina association. He is giving visionary leadership to the pastors, church leaders and churches. I’m encouraged by the fellowship and good reports I hear at the fall gatherings of our associations. Please let me know when your association meets to celebrate the mission work of local churches. I would love to be there!

This week’s print edition of the Biblical Recorder is loaded with material related to the November 6-7 annual meeting in Greensboro. Take time to read about the resolutions, by-laws, motions, reports and other events surrounding this important convention.

The most important thing we will do at the annual meeting is pray together on Tuesday evening. It’s strange that Christians want prayer in times of crisis, and we talk about the great value of prayer, but when someone calls for a prayer meeting we scatter like bugs fleeing from an overturned rock. We need to reserve time for prayer together. The early apostles are a great model for this! Let’s learn from their testimony recorded in the Acts of the Apostles. Let’s pray.

Remember to encourage your pastor with a special card or gift of appreciation! It's pastor appreciation month!

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