4 steps to engage your community

4 steps to engage your community

4 steps to engage your community October 11, 2019 During the process of reaching the community around us, we must each move from thinking like a missionary to engaging like one. While it can be intimidating to make the transition from theory and strategy to actually...
3 hurdles in sharing the gospel

3 hurdles in sharing the gospel

3 hurdles in sharing the gospel October 2, 2019 In the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio, Brazil, Haitian hurdler Jeffrey Julmis shot out of the blocks quickly, only to hit the first hurdle and fall to the ground. While certainly embarrassed, Julmis could have easily...
Living in response to the gospel

Living in response to the gospel

Living in response to the gospel September 16, 2019 Thinking like a missionary is a reasonable service proposition (Romans 12:1). It isn’t extreme in light of what Christ has done for us. Following Jesus might seem radical or extreme at the outset, but once the...
3 ways you can ‘Bless Every Home’ in your neighborhood

3 ways you can ‘Bless Every Home’ in your neighborhood

3 ways you can ‘Bless Every Home’ in your neighborhood The biblical narrative puts forth God’s vision to have a people for Himself that functions as priests to neighborhoods and nations to help bring about the reality that “the earth will be filled with the knowledge...
Celebrate ‘God’s Great Work’

Celebrate ‘God’s Great Work’

Celebrate ‘God’s Great Work’ August 9, 2019 It’s hard to believe, but this year’s annual meeting of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) is only three months away. Planning for this year’s meeting has actually been going on for many months as a group...
Is your Christianity compelling or cliche?

Is your Christianity compelling or cliche?

Is your Christianity compelling or cliche? I grew up in a traditional Southern Baptist church. I “walked the aisle” at the age of eight, prayed a prayer asking Jesus into my heart and was baptized shortly thereafter. Unfortunately, I lived a degenerate rather than...
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