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  • Chinese student becomes leader in campus ministry

    May 6 2016 by Scott Barkley, Georgia Christian Index | with 0 comments
    Chinese student becomes leader in campus ministry

    For a long time, international student Hilary Tong’s personality reflected how she lived her faith. Quiet. Reserved about her relationship with Christ. That may sound odd for a communications major. But there’s a meticulousness in how the Chinese native now is more outward in her witness among international students at her college and throughout Georgia.

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  • ‘One-stop shop’ for collegiate ministry launched

    January 15 2015 by Kristen Camp, NAMB/Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    ‘One-stop shop’ for collegiate ministry launched

    There is plenty of information available to collegiate ministry leaders about how to start a college ministry, how to reach freshmen and how to encourage college students to share the gospel. But it can be difficult – if not impossible – to find these types of resources in one specific place to…

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  • Collegiate ministry across the state

    May 19 2014 by K. Allan Blume, BR Editor | with 0 comments
    Collegiate ministry across the state

    North Carolina is home to more than 200 colleges and universities where 39,800 faculty are educating more than 591,000 students from every state and most countries around the world. Thus, the collegiate partnerships team of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina believes the college campus is a ripe mission field.

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  • ‘Impacting Lostness’ plan approved, campus ministry debated

    May 24 2013 by Shawn Hendricks | BR Managing Editor | with 0 comments
    ‘Impacting Lostness’ plan approved, campus ministry debated

    The Board of Directors of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSC) signed off on a new strategy and structure designed to plant more churches, strengthen existing ones and tackle areas of “lostness.”

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  • N.C. Baptist Men seeks college students for Sandy effort

    November 30 2012 by Laura M. Reid, BR Editorial Aide | with 0 comments

    North Carolina Baptist Men (NCBM) is seeking students who can volunteer during their Christmas break to help with disaster relief efforts in the Northeast Dec. 15-21. The assignment will focus on relief efforts among homeowners in New Jersey who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy. NCBM has provided relief to impacted residents since the last day of the storm.

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  • N.C. collegiate ministries teach students to be campus missionaries

    September 17 2012 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    N.C. collegiate ministries teach students to be campus missionaries

    Students at North Carolina’s oldest public university are learning that some things must change if they want to reach their campus with the gospel. For too long the event-driven, “come and see” approach has been the primary means of reaching out to students, and campus minister Lee Sullens is finding that more personalized outreach is making a greater impact.

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