April 3, 2019 | cbfnc.org | subscribe here
Did you miss the Annual Gathering?
Read all about the goodness of last week's Annual Gathering here !
To watch a video of the opening worship, click here .
To watch Tod Bolsinger speak at the Annual Gathering, click here .
To watch the business session and closing worship, click here .
Revised CBFNC Mission & Ministry Funding Plan Approved
at Annual Gathering
During the Business Session of the recent CBFNC Annual Gathering, participants voted unanimously to approve a new Funding Plan, which essentially merged the  Mission Resource Plan  with the CBFNC Operating Budget. For more information, including a line-item budget and Frequently Asked Questions, please visit the CBFNC website .

Paul Baxley, new executive coordinator for CBF Global, who spoke during the Annual Gathering, endorsed the new plan, "It was wonderful to be in North Carolina late last week and be with the CBF North Carolina family as you celebrated your twenty-fifth anniversary with a wonderful Annual Gathering. Over the last quarter century, a very strong partnership in ministry has developed between CBF North Carolina and the larger CBF community. I am committed to seeing this partnership grow even stronger in the years ahead.

"Today I am particularly grateful to the Coordinating Council of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina for proposing an amended budget that, while replacing the Mission Resource Plan with a more unified ministry and mission budget, still allows CBF congregations in North Carolina the opportunity of offering financial support to CBF Global through CBF North Carolina. CBF North Carolina’s continued willingness to provide this service to congregations is not only a sign of a true commitment to the larger CBF community, it is also evidence of a deep respect for the autonomy of local congregations and a desire to serve congregations. "

If you have additional questions about how to direct your church's contributions, please contact the CBFNC office.
Annual Gathering Offering
In this 25th year of CBFNC, we have a goal of gathering a $25,000 offering—
and we are over halfway there! 100%
of our Coordinating Council members
and CBFNC staff have given or pledged
to the offering. Their gifts and the gifts received at the Annual Gathering
total $15,300. Thank you to those
who have given already! If you would
like to donate, please click here .
Ministry Design:
A Conference for Churches
Greystone Baptist, Raleigh

April 6
CBFNC WEBINAR:
Immigration Issues

April 16
11:00 a.m. to noon
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship
of North Carolina News
All webinars are 11:00 a.m. to noon unless otherwise noted. Click here or on the above image to view our events calendar to learn more about each of our webinars!
Immigration Issues
April 16

Archeology and the Bible:
Friend or Foe?
April 30

Women in Ministry:
Three Stories
May 14
Where's Church Going From Here?
May 28

Chaplains: Three Stories
June 25


There are so many ways
for everyone in your church family—of all ages—to enrich
their relationship with God. Find a place for you below!
APRIL
CBFNC Webinar:
Immigration Issues
April 16
11:00 a.m. to noon

CBFNC Webinar:
Archeology and the Bible: Friend or Foe?
April 30
11:00 a.m. to noon


MAY
CBFNC Webinar:
Women in Ministry: Three Stories
May 14
11:00 a.m. to noon

CBFNC Webinar:
Where's Church Going From Here?
May 28
11:00 a.m. to noon


JUNE
CBFNC Webinar:
Chaplains: Three Stories
June 25
11:00 a.m. to noon




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Partners & Friends of CBFNC
Missions Extravaganza
April 26-27
Trinity, Raleigh

Men, women and teens, please join us for this two day annual missions conference! Choose from a wide variety of break-out sessions including leadership, missions, spiritual development and more. These session will encourage, refresh, challenge and equip you for the mission field God has placed you in.
Learn more here .
Download a promo flyer here .
Register here .
Looking for a Great
Mission Trip This Summer?
Touching Miami with Love still has a few weeks open to serve with us for a week this summer. A promo video and information is on our website by clicking here .
Unidiversity Youth Camp
July 22 - 27, 2019
University of Tennessee
Group Registration is Open! 

Total Cost: $375/person
(early bird pricing)
$50/person deposit
with 2019 group registration form

Visit unidiversity.org to learn more about
our unique youth camp experience .
Student.Go Internships
Student.Go is a missions program of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (CBF) that provides opportunities for students to serve with our field personnel and ministry partners as they live out CBF Global Missions commitments— cultivating beloved community, bearing witness to Jesus Christ and seeking transformational development . Student.Go is not just for Baptist students but is open to all Christians looking to serve.

Summer registration is now open for 2019!
Click here to learn more! Applications for summer staff are now available through mid December. We are excited for our next season of ministry and hope that you and your students are planning to join us!
PASSPORT Camp
Scholarships now available!
More information can be found here .
Together for Hope in Rural America Vacation Bible School Resource
Are you planning your 2019 Vacation Bible School at your church? Are you tired of writing and pulling together your own resources for VBS each summer? Do you like the curriculum you use but wish it helped your church to develop a deeper identity with CBF?  If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then CBF’s new  !nspire  resource is worth a look. To learn more or to pre-order, visit this website:  www.cbf.net/inspire .
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