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  • Jan. 31 deadline for nominations

    January 5 2012 by BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Jan. 31 deadline for nominations

    North Carolina Baptists still have time to submit recommendations for people to serve on the Baptist State Convention’s (BSC) Board of Directors, the boards of the Convention’s agencies, institutions and committees.

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  • 2011 – a year of transition, ministry

    January 3 2012 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Assistant Managing Editor | with 0 comments
    2011 – a year of transition, ministry

    While many stories stood out in 2011, there were a few main themes that jumped to the forefront when looking back at the events that shaped North Carolina Baptists this past year – leadership changes, focused vision, disaster relief and missions.

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  • Glimpse of heaven seen at annual banquet

    December 14 2011 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Assistant Managing Editor | with 0 comments
    Glimpse of heaven seen at annual banquet

    This year’s Heavenly Banquet Nov. 8 offered a small picture of what heaven might look like. With 160 participants from various tribes, tongues and nations, the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSC) multicultural ministries offered participants a chance to learn from a multicultural church planter and a panel of experts working with various ethnic groups.

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  • Making fruitful disciples of the next generation

    December 8 2011 by Buddy Overman, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Making fruitful disciples of the next generation

    A recent study by the Barna Group found that nearly 60 percent of young people leave the church either permanently or for extended periods of time after age 15. A 2006 Barna study (http://tinyurl.com/3ao3q7p) found that 61 percent of young adults involved in church as teenagers no longer attend church, read the Bible or spend time in prayer.

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  • N.C. Baptists leaders ask messengers if they’re ‘All In’

    December 6 2011 by Dianna Cagle, BR Assistant Managing Editor | with 0 comments

    North Carolina Baptists are not alone in losing sight of their primary objective. Just like the people in Ephesus, Greg Mathis says Paul’s words are relevant to N.C. Baptists. He was calling the people back to their primary objective: spreading the gospel.

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