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  • Camp Change teaches children biblical stewardship

    September 19 2017 by Krista Pierce, Special to the Recorder | with 0 comments
    Camp Change teaches children biblical stewardship

    Financial planner Amanda Burke and Rebecca Lindhout, minister of children and education at Antioch Baptist Church in Mamers, worked together to create Camp Change, a course in the basics of finance. They designed Camp Change to teach children what it is like to earn money, to spend money and to use their financial resources to glorify God.

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  • Students focus on life of Christ during summer youth weeks

    September 6 2017 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Students focus on life of Christ during summer youth weeks

    Thousands of students from across North Carolina celebrated Christmas and Easter all summer long at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell. The celebrations were part of the worship services and other activities during this year’s summer youth weeks, sponsored by the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.

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  • SBC staffers serve on World Changers mission team

    August 16 2017 by Diana Chandler, Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    SBC staffers serve on World Changers mission team

    Retired Army Maj. Tim Morgan spent years as a soldier serving his country. Now he’s focused on serving others as a bivocational pastor. Morgan now seeks to bring the same courage and tenacity to his ministry that he was decorated for as a special operations helicopter pilot.

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  • 100 years of Falls Creek sparks summer-long celebration

    July 3 2017 by Chris Doyle, Baptist Messenger | with 0 comments
    100 years of Falls Creek sparks summer-long celebration

    The 100th summer is underway for the youth weeks at Falls Creek Baptist Conference Centers. Since the camp was founded in 1917, more than 2 million people have walked the 305-acre grounds in the heart of the Arbuckle Mountains in southern Oklahoma.

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  • Glorieta 2.0 addressing permit violations

    April 7 2017 by David Roach, Baptist Press | with 1 comments
    Glorieta 2.0 addressing permit violations

    Operators of the Glorieta conference center say they are working to address various environmental and permit violations cited in a letter from the New Mexico county where the facility is located. Zip lines are among the structures at the Glorieta conference center that have been cited as violating Santa Fe County, N.M., permit ordinances.

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  • NewSpring names interim; Noble speaks via Facebook

    July 15 2016 by Rudy Gray & Art Toalston | with 0 comments
    NewSpring names interim; Noble speaks via Facebook

    Clayton King, a ministry leader and teaching pastor at NewSpring Church in South Carolina, is serving as the multi-site church’s interim after the termination of founding pastor Perry Noble. NewSpring, South Carolina’s largest church, has 17 campuses across the state, with the latest, in Clemson, slated to open this fall.

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  • Students experience ‘More’ at summer Youth Weeks

    July 27 2015 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Students experience ‘More’ at summer Youth Weeks

    Thousands of students attending youth weeks at the North Carolina Baptist Assembly at Fort Caswell this summer are learning that following Christ is so much more exciting than anything the world may promise. “More,” taken from Ephesians 3:20, is the theme for the 2015 summer youth weeks at Fort Caswell.

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  • Camp Cale has a bright future, shines gospel

    February 10 2015 by Seth Brown, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    Camp Cale has a bright future, shines gospel

    Cale Retreat and Conference Center, which is owned by the Chowan Baptist Association, recently reached a milestone as it paid off its debt toward a 9,200-square-foot conference center that was built two years ago. It currently holds no debt on the facility, freeing the association to …

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  • Summit brings together Moldovan camps, leaders

    June 24 2013 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Summit brings together Moldovan camps, leaders

    During the Soviet Union day camps were not usually viewed positively, as these “Pioneer” camps sought to indoctrinate children with Soviet Union beliefs and systems.

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