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  • WMU focuses on Great Commission

    May 7 2013 by Dianna L. Cagle, BR Assistant Managing Editor | with 0 comments
    WMU focuses on Great Commission

    Women let their love affair with missions continue at the recent Woman’s Missionary Union of North Carolina (WMU-NC) Missions Extravaganza.

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  • N.C. leaders learn strategies, principles to impact lostness

    April 25 2013 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    N.C. leaders learn strategies, principles to impact lostness

    As an undergraduate student Jim Slack studied law and was headed to Harvard to study international research law. After spending several months on a special assignment with the Home Mission Board following college graduation, Slack never made it to Harvard, but did find his way to seminary.

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  • Global marketplace becoming a mission field

    February 15 2013 by Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Global marketplace becoming a mission field

    In the mountains of Ecuador, Scott Tye’s small office serves as more than just a satellite for his business, which is based in Allen, Texas. And it does more than provide an income for eight of his employees. Tye recently hired a young Ecuadorian couple to manage the office. Their goal is to eventually serve as missionaries in another country.

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  • Lottie Moon Week of Prayer: Dec. 4-11

    November 22 2011 by Baptist Press | with 0 comments
    Lottie Moon Week of Prayer: Dec. 4-11

    RICHMOND, Va. – Jesus gave His followers a task – to fulfill the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-19). He commissioned believers to be His heart, His hands and His voice to share the gospel with the world. Through praying for, giving to and going on mission, Southern Baptists have dedicated themselves to this legacy for more than 160 years.

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  • Unreached, unengaged embrace gospel for first time

    November 21 2011 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Unreached, unengaged embrace gospel for first time

    To an 18-year-old on his first international mission trip the scene was surreal, like something from television or straight out of National Geographic. After spending several days in a Southeast Asia country seeking to share the gospel and build relationships, Jamie Buckley and the team from Old Town Baptist Church in Winston-Salem headed to a predominantly Buddhist fisherman’s village off the coast.

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  • S.C. Baptists approve GCR Task Force report

    November 17 2011 by Butch Blume | with 0 comments

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (BP) – Messengers to the 191st annual meeting of the South Carolina Baptist Convention overwhelmingly approved the report of the state convention’s Great Commission Resurgence Task Force Nov. 15.

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  • Elliff inaugurated, 1.5M hear gospel, IMB-church pilot launched

    RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – Eight months after unanimously electing Tom Elliff as “God’s man” to lead Southern Baptists’ global missions efforts, IMB trustees officially inaugurated him as the mission board’s 11th leader.

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  • SBC name change opposed by Tenn. Baptists

    November 17 2011 by Lonnie Wilkey, Baptist & Reflector | with 0 comments

    HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – Messengers to the Tennessee Baptist Convention’s annual meeting adopted a resolution opposing a name change for the Southern Baptist Convention. The resolution passed by a show of hands vote during the closing session of the state convention’s Nov. 15-16 sessions at First Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn.

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  • GCP breakfast highlights partnership opportunities

    November 10 2011 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments

    In late August, as the east coast watched to see where Hurricane Irene would strike, Dickie Spargo had his eyes set on something very different. Spargo was preparing to leave that same week for a vision trip to New York City, and although the storm caused the trip to end early, experiences from those three days sent Spargo on a whirlwind of change.

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  • Crestview reaches beyond valley through CP

    October 24 2011 by Mike Creswell, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Crestview reaches beyond valley through CP

    This Crestview Baptist Church actually does have a view of crests. The 500-member church’s building is on Pisgah Drive that heads southeast from Canton through a valley surrounded by Pisgah National Forest and mountains with names like Rocky Knob, Pressley and Poison Cove Top.

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