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  • NCMO supports evangelistic church planting

    September 5 2018 by Carolina Barnhill, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    NCMO supports evangelistic church planting

    Columbus County is the third largest county, in terms of landmass, in the state. More than 59,000 people call it home – and 65 percent of them are unchurched. “We knew if there was a pocket of lostness, this is one of them,” said Billy Roy, pastor of Crossroads Church. “We wanted to come and make an impact here.”

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  • Do you have open hands?

    May 29 2018 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Do you have open hands?

    Do you have open hands to show and share the love of Jesus Christ with others? “Open Hands” is the theme of this year’s North Carolina Missions Offering, the annual offering that supports a variety of ministries that seek to meet physical and spiritual needs in North Carolina and beyond.

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  • NCMO gifts help church planting efforts

    September 19 2017 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    NCMO gifts help church planting efforts

    Every Easter, three congregations located hundreds of miles apart join together in a single service to worship and celebrate the resurrection of Christ. The congregations are part of three different church plants known as Lifezone Fellowship. Pastor and church planter Noel De Asis planted the first Lifezone Fellowship in Durham.

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  • Red Springs Mission Camp celebrates 10 years of service

    August 22 2017 by Emily Rojas, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Red Springs Mission Camp celebrates 10 years of service

    Located in the small town of Red Springs in Robeson County, the Red Springs Mission Camp is a place where volunteers go to be used by God in the local community. Every year, hundreds of volunteers come to the camp to help with missions projects and to experience God’s hand at work.

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  • New village offers hope to abandoned children

    August 8 2017 by Chad Austin, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    New village offers hope to abandoned children

    When we have eyes to see, we realize every child deserves a chance. In the South African city of Johannesburg, up to 50 babies are abandoned each month. Through a partnership with a ministry called the Door of Hope, Baptists on Mission has helped rescue as many of these children as possible.

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  • Rebuilding: Many residents still trying to dig out of devastation

    July 24 2017 by Emily Rojas, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Rebuilding: Many residents still trying to dig out of devastation

    In October 2016, Hurricane Matthew hit North Carolina, leaving damaged and destroyed homes in its wake. Since then, N.C. Baptists on Mission, also known as Baptist Men, have made restoring and rebuilding some of these homes a top priority through its disaster relief ministry.

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  • 2017 N.C. Missions Offering theme: ‘Eyes to see’

    March 7 2017 by Will Taylor, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    2017 N.C. Missions Offering theme: ‘Eyes to see’

    Jesus told his first disciples to lift up their eyes to see the world as it really is: broken, hurting and lost. The North Carolina Missions Offering will call Baptists across North Carolina to do the same – to see and respond to lostness and suffering through praying, giving and going.

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  • NCMO: Giving so that others may serve

    August 25 2014 by Michael McEwen, BR Content Editor | with 0 comments
    NCMO: Giving so that others may serve

    September is the focal month for North Carolina Baptists to give to the NCMO, a special offering that supports mission and ministry initiatives including Baptists on Mission (BOM) – also known as N.C. Baptist Men – church planting, mission camps, associational projects and mobilization ministry projects.

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  • NCMO event a big success in Randolph County

    April 22 2014 by C. Walter Overman, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    NCMO event a big success in Randolph County

    Ronnie Chaney is the pastor of Union Grove Baptist Church in Seagrove, which partnered with fellow churches from the RBA to host the Sportsmen’s Expo. The annual event is an evangelistic outreach tailored to unchurched men, women and children who love hunting, fishing and the outdoors.

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  • NCMO materials to arrive in July

    July 1 2013 by BSC | with 0 comments
    NCMO materials to arrive in July

    A new approach to help churches promote the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO), without having to order new materials, will begin this year.

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  • Faith abounds at supporting N.C. Missions Offering

    May 2 2013 by Mike Creswell, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Faith abounds at supporting N.C. Missions Offering

    Sunday by Sunday Pastor Joe Smith announced the week’s new total for the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO).

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  • Alexis: Doing, supporting missions, two sides of same coin

    September 4 2012 by Mike Creswell, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    Alexis: Doing, supporting missions, two sides of same coin

    Missions keeps Alexis Baptist Church a lively and outward-focused congregation, said Pastor Sandy M. Marks, and that means both going out to do missions and supporting missions financially. Alexis members have long equated missions support with Cooperative Program support, he added.

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