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Baptists on Mission




New Partnership with the Door of Hope in South Africa

NCBM/ Baptists on Mission are beginning a new partnership with the Door of Hope in South Africa. Since 1999 Door of Hope has rescued over 1500 infants who were abandoned in garbage cans, rivers, fields, and landfills.

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NCMO 2016

We're so excited to see what God will do through your gifts to the North Carolina Missions Offering (NCMO). As you're well aware, the ministries of N.C. Baptist Men/Baptists on Mission, church planting, mission camps, associational projects and mobilization ministry projects are supported because of your contributions to NCMO. This year's offering goal is $2.1 million. Churches typically emphasize NCMO in September, but offerings may be received at any time throughout the year.

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Five reasons to support NCMO

Here are five reasons to support the NC Missions Offering.

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NC Baptists Launch English Bible Camps in Hungarian Public Schools

A classroom full of Hungarian middle schoolers leaned in to hear the story of Jesus’ birth as North Carolina volunteers explained it to them. For many of them, they were hearing the story for the very first time. They acted out the story with their classmates and memorized Bible verses in Hungarian and in English. All the while, the teachers in the back were meticulously taking notes; many of them were hearing the stories for the first time as well.

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A Theology of Risk for NCBM

The work of short-term volunteer missionaries can involve high levels of risk and danger to their safety. The risks can be in the form of physical accidents, medical emergencies, criminal activities, political upheavals, health issues and natural disasters. For those willing to take the risk, it is important for them to know an organization's philosophy toward risk so that the individual can determine if he or she wants to serve as a volunteer through that organization. It is with that in mind that this statement is prepared.

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NC Baptist Men Recognized for Disaster Relief Efforts

NC Baptist Men (NCBM) staff and volunteers were honored during the 32nd annual Martin Luther King Triangle Interfaith Prayer Breakfast for their service during the aftermath of the devastating tornado that struck several Raleigh communities last year on April 16.

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Thank You

Thank you for praying, giving and going! I especially want to thank you for your sacrificial giving in 2011 to make the ministries and projects of NC Baptist Men (Baptists On Mission) possible.

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Door of Hope, Another Opening for NC Baptist Men

VIRGINIA BEACH—Thirteen-year-old Georgina Smith, originally from South Africa, still gets a kick out of introducing her parents to friends from school.

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Ministry Targets Teeth, Soul with Medical, Dental Unit

COATS, N.C.—Donald Sutton, 34, kept his watch cap on as he made his way through the parking lot at Coats United Methodist Church, nursing a bad tooth. The hood on his cotton sweatshirt rested on his back and kept off the autumn chill.

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North Carolina Baptist Men Receive New Mobile Medical Dental Unit

On a rainy, misty Wednesday morning, October 12, 2011, a beautiful new mobile medical dental unit pulled into the parking lot of the Baptist State Convention.

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Missions Conference Urges New Perspective on Life

With each passing day, time continues to tighten its grip on all aspects of life.

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NCBM Disaster Relief

Recently NCBM Disaster Relief have been given the opportunity to participate in a new and exciting ministry.

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NC Baptist Men to Buy New Mobile Dental Unit

NC Baptist Men expect to replace its medical/dental Blue Bird bus with a new mobile dental unit by the middle of next year.

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A Tsunami of Faith

As I stood on the peaceful shore of the Indian Ocean, it was hard for me to imagine its waves bringing such devastation.

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