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  • ‘The stakes are high,’ Floyd says

    June 15 2016 by Erin Roach, Nashville | with 0 comments
    ‘The stakes are high,’ Floyd says

    Southern Baptists must act, akin to Queen Esther on behalf of her people, because “the stakes are high” in the church and in the world today, Ronnie Floyd said June 14 in his presidential address to messengers to the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in St. Louis.

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  • N.C. students serve among T people in Southeast Asia

    September 9 2014 by Paige Turner, International Mission Board | with 0 comments
    N.C. students serve among T people in Southeast Asia

    Autumn James met many T people this summer in the two weeks she spent helping lead a five-member team of college students from North Carolina to research the people group. The T people are an unreached, unengaged people group in Southeast Asia with less than 1 percent of the population believing in Jesus.

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  • ‘This is God’s passion’: Training for N.C. churches to embrace UUPGs

    August 28 2012 by Melissa Lilley, BSC Communications | with 0 comments
    ‘This is God’s passion’: Training for N.C. churches to embrace UUPGs

    As Old Town Baptist Church continues on a journey that began a year and a half ago to share the gospel among a people group in Southeast Asia, they are discovering just how important it is to reach the nations for Jesus Christ.

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  • Unreached people groups in London bring challenges to missionaries

    Descend into the extensive London underground transport system and only station names on tiled walls tell what lies above ground. Signs for “Victoria” and “Waterloo” signal bustling railway stations above. Climb the steps from the Oxford and Piccadilly Circus underground stations to reach premier shopping districts in the City.

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  • Elliff shares encouragement, Lottie challenge with N.C. Baptists

    December 5 2011 by Shawn Hendricks, BR Managing Editor | with 0 comments
    Elliff shares encouragement, Lottie challenge with N.C. Baptists

    After being inaugurated in November as the 11th president of IMB (International Mission Board), Tom Elliff expressed his appreciation to North Carolina Baptists for their ongoing support of the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and their willingness to embrace the unengaged, unreached around the globe with the gospel.

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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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  • Colo. Baptists to spend more on church planting

    November 10 2011 by Baptist Press | with 0 comments

    DENVER – The Colorado Baptist General Convention (CBGC) focused on unreached people groups, church planting and a desire to move toward a 50/50 split of Cooperative Program receipts during its 56th annual meeting in Denver.

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