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Fruitland set to launch bold new teaching program for Montagnard people

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Fruitland set to launch bold new teaching program for Montagnard people

Fruitland Baptist Bible College is launching a bold new Bible teaching program for the Montagnard people who have settled in North Carolina from Vietnam. First classes will begin in mid-August. The new initiative comes in response to a request from North Carolina Baptists that such a program of theological education…

Stewardship, giving & generosity in a coronavirus age (and beyond)

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Stewardship, giving & generosity in a coronavirus age (and beyond)

The coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call for the American church. The world is changing — and while truth does not change, and God does not change — our methods of ministry must change if we’re to remain effective in reaching our communities with the hope of Jesus Christ.…

NC Baptists adopt resolution honoring Billy Graham

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NC Baptists adopt resolution honoring Billy Graham

Two days before what would have been the late Rev. Billy Graham’s 100th birthday, N.C. Baptists adopted a resolution honoring the life, ministry and legacy of the renowned evangelist during the opening session of the 2018 Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSCNC) Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 5 in…

College students, depression and how the church can help

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College students, depression and how the church can help

Going to college can be an exciting, promising and fulfilling experience when one first starts the journey. It is full of great expectations and a yearning to achieve. But when family and friends are left behind, when pressures to perform both academically, athletically and socially start to cause self-doubt, the…

How to prepare children for natural disasters

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How to prepare children for natural disasters

Natural disasters such as hurricanes, tornadoes and floods are a part of life for people in North Carolina. But for children, times like these can be frightening and overwhelming. Knowing how to talk with children about natural disasters is important for parents, family members, church teachers and leaders.

Do you know what’s influencing your children?

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Do you know what’s influencing your children?

Children, as well as adults, are regularly exposed to advertising, TV shows, movies, video games, social media and more that seek to influence them. It’s estimated that the average person in the United States sees thousands of advertisements each day. Combine that with regular amounts of mass media consumption and…

God is moving in the midst of crisis

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God is moving in the midst of crisis

Throughout the centuries, the church of our Lord Jesus Christ has flourished despite challenge, opposition and persecution. We see this in the biblical accounts of the early church in the Book of Acts. Whenever followers of Christ were persecuted and scattered, the church grew. Even in modern times, the church…

6 practical considerations for planning your 2021 children’s ministry

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6 practical considerations for planning your 2021 children’s ministry

One of the more difficult tasks children’s ministry leaders may have as 2020 comes to a close is planning for 2021. So many of our plans vanished in the blink of an eye in the wake of COVID-19 restrictions. Events such as Easter egg hunts, Vacation Bible School (VBS) and…

Important information about this year’s annual meeting

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Important information about this year’s annual meeting

Hopefully by now you have heard the news that the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina’s (BSCNC) board of directors voted to hold a one-day, abbreviated annual meeting this year, which will be held Tuesday, Nov. 10, from 1-5 p.m., at First Baptist Church of Charlotte. According to convention bylaws,…

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