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Greater Joy Baptist Church Reaches Hundreds

Can we do more together in communicating the Gospel than we can individually?  I think we can!  Joining together as Baptists in North Carolina, one of our greatest strengths is our […]

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NC Missions Offering Helped Start A New Burmese Church

During 2009 the Baptist State Convention of NC started 98 new churches, which equates to starting a new church every three or four days on average.  About half the new churches […]

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Haiti Earthquake Relief made possible by NCMO offering

See how NC Baptist Men are responding to Haiti’s devastating earthquake in January, first with medical workers and now construction teams, made possible by North Carolina Missions Offering funding.   Please pray […]

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“Every nation…our generation.”

This is our 2010 North Carolina Missions Offering  theme and it is a powerful reminder of the great responsibility we have as North Carolina Baptists to impact our community, and […]

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It’s Not Either/or, It’s Both/and! (Part 3 of 3)

So, what’s the “rest of the story”? What happened to that Cooperative Program (CP) supporting Pastor who had his life changed on the dusty streets of an El Salvadoran village? […]

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It’s Not Either/or, It’s Both/and!” (Part 2 of 3)

So, what happened to this Cooperative Program supporting SBC pastor that changed his view of global missions – I went on my first international mission trip and it changed my […]

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It’s Not Either/or, It’s Both/and! (Part 1 of 3)

This coming October, I have the privilege to teach a course entitled, Growing a Great Commission Church at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC . I am excited […]

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A Wanting Desire

While the Embrace group was serving in Buenos Aires on our mission trip, one of the opportunities that we had was to spend some time in an orphanage ministering to […]

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A Hope That Does Not Disappoint

As our group left Buenos Aires – on a ten-hour flight to Atlanta and then another hour and forty-five minute flight to Raleigh – we flew over a glorious sight: […]

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Being a Light in a Sea of Darkness

Prior to departure for Buenos Aires (BA), our International Mission Board missionaries, Mark and Melissa Hobson, told me that some of our translators for the week of our Embrace Women’s […]

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Why Not Buenos Aires?

As I sit here in my office at the Baptist Building in Cary, a few days after returning from the first international mission trip by Embrace Women’s Missions and Ministries, […]

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Taking the Truth to the Tango Town

In three days, nine women and one man will take a Delta flight to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to work alongside our International Mission Board missionaries as servants in Embrace’s first […]

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Diversity and the People of God

Growing up in rural North Carolina, I was not exposed to much diversity.  My elementary school, junior high, and high school were primarily made up of students who looked, dressed, […]

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