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CBFNC Youth Beach Retreat
September 20–22, 2019  |     Fort Caswell
 
Be Still . . .
Young people are in such a rush with packed schedules,
too little sleep, and societal expectations that
success means always being on the go. When do they
experience the spiritual discipline of "rest"? 
Youth grades 7-12* are invited to explore and experience the spiritual discipline of "rest" at this year's Youth Beach Retreat! We will gather at Fort Caswell where Rhody Mastin and Jenny Lee will lead us in worship and fun. Please be sure to register yourself (group leader), all youth participants, and chaperones. Learn more here !
 
* Sixth graders are welcome if that is how the church categorizes its youth group.
Jenny Lee
Meet our worship leaders
for the week!

Our preacher for the week will be Jenny Lee, director of youth and Christian education at First Presbyterian Church of Sanford. Our musician will be Rhody Mastin, children's pastor at Emmaus Way Church in Durham.
Rhody Mastin
40 Days of Prayer: The Angela Project
CBF along with Simmons College of Kentucky is commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Slavery in America through an event entitled, "The Angela Project - 40 Days of Prayer for the Liberation of American Descendants of Slavery from July 12 - August 20, 2019."
  
You and your congregations are invited to join the Angela Project in 40 days of prayer for the liberation of American descendants of slavery. A guidebook is available which includes facts, narration, and prayer declarations for each day. The 40 days are an opportunity to have a guided time of reflection on where we have been and to project a new course for race relations in America. More information is  here .

If you are interested in promoting this event with your seminary, small group, or congregation, ALL resources for purchase and registration can be found here . This site includes six Sunday school lessons which can be downloaded for FREE. If you are unable to schedule your community for the July 12–August 20- 40 Days of Prayer (due to the short notice), please consider planning a six-week small group session at a later date. You may utilize the free Sunday school resource.

On the same site, all persons engaged in the Prayer event are asked to register with Simmons College of Kentucky as we join together in prayer.  Groups are also encouraged to watch a live streaming of a final worship event on Tuesday, August 20 at 12:00 p.m..  The streaming link can be found on the same site.

Should you choose to hold your own worship event, the worship details are pre-published in pamphlet form and available for purchase and use.  For more information on The Angela Project, please view this video .  CBF's collaboration with The Angela Project is highlighted in this video.
Did you miss yesterday's webinar?
Have no fear! You can still hear all about
"Seeking Ministers/Seeking Churches"
from Seth Hix, CBFNC's church engagement coordinator.
Click here to view it!
Disaster Preparedness
& Response Mission Collective
Saturday, August 24
Greystone, Raleigh
9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Come learn more about how your church can be better prepared for natural disasters and how your congregation can respond when tragedy strikes. Registration is $5/person and $50 for groups of 10 or more. To learn more and to register, click here .
CBFNC is here for students!
CBFNC has 10 campus ministry groups on state campuses in NC and we partner with several other private college campuses who have groups as well. We would love to connect with students that you know are coming to these campuses so that we can reach out to them before they even get there.

Trust is an integral part of students connecting with people on campus. Helping them connect with people that you know and trust is very important as they navigate these new waters.

Click here to access a brief form for you to share some info with us.
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!
Creating Intentional Vocational Discernment Communities with Youth
Presenter: Colin Kroll
July 30

CBF Global Missions: Contexts, Distinctives
and Trends
Presenter: Sam Harrell
August 27

The Sun Is Up:
One Minister's Awakening to Racial Reconciliation
Presenter: Martha Kearse
September 10
Preaching Punchlines:
The Ten Commandments
of Comedy
Presenter: Susan Sparks
September 24

Understanding
and Ministering to
Blended Families
Presenter: Chrissy Binion
October 8

Let go and live free: Loosening the bondage
of shame
Presenter: Libby Johnson
October 29

Teaching the Four Senses
of the Text: Combining Devotional and Critical Approaches to the Bible
Presenter: Barry Jones
November 4
There is still time to give in this 25th year of CBFNC toward our goal of $25,000 offering!
Thank you to those who have given already! If you would like to donate, please click  here .
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!
JULY
CBFNC Webinar:
Creating Intentional Vocational Discernment Communities with Youth
July 30
11:00 a.m. to noon


AUGUST
Disaster Preparedness and Response
Mission Collective
August 24
9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Greystone, Raleigh

CBFNC Webinar:
UCBF Global Missions: Contexts, Distinctives and Trends
August 27
11:00 a.m. to noon


SEPTEMBER
CBFNC Webinar:
The Sun Is Up: One Minister's
Awakening to Racial Reconciliation
September 10

Elevating Preaching
September 16
Duke Divinity School

Youth Beach Retreat
September 20–22
Fort Caswell

Where is Church Going From Here?
September 21
Providence, Charlotte

CBFNC Webinar:
Preaching Punchlines:
The Ten Commandments of Comedy
September 24
11:00 a.m. to noon

OCTOBER
CBFNC Webinar:
Understanding and Ministering
to Blended Families
October 8
11:00 a.m. to noon

CBFNC Webinar:
Let go and live free:
Loosening the bondage of shame
October 29
11:00 a.m. to noon
check back for more information!


OCTOBER
CBFNC Webinar:
Teaching the Four Senses
of the Text: Combining Devotional and Critical Approaches to the Bible
November 4
11:00 a.m. to noon
check back for more information!






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Partners & Friends of CBFNC
Call for Contributions
The Alliance of Baptists is seeking a "Call for Contributions" for its 2020 annual gathering, under the theme,  Taking on the Cross: [Re] Learning the Love of God.  Submissions must be made by August 15. More information can be found here.
Adult Leader Training
September 21, 2019

A morning training for adult leaders of youth ministry will be held by video conference on September 21. This 2 ½ hour training is being hosted by many churches including at least two CBFNC churches, Ardmore and College Park, both in Winston-Salem. The training is through Download Youth Ministry which is connected to Orange and Fuller Youth Institute. The trainings will be TED Talk-style videos with group conversations after each video. For more information, go to  trainmyvolunteers.com
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