Florence Recovery Update
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October 10, 2018 | Visit us at www.cbfnc.org
FLORENCE RECOVERY UPDATE
As the response to the disaster caused by Hurricane Florence shifts
into longer-term recovery, there are still great needs in all of the affected regions.

Volunteer opportunities  are available through Baptists on Mission (click here) and CBF Global (click here ).

CBFNC is focusing attention at this time on two  neglected areas : Trenton and Columbus County. While the needs are tremendous throughout eastern North Carolina, these two have been identified as high needs/low resources.

For information on how you can help in these two areas, contact the following leaders:

Trenton - Daynette Snead ( daynettesnead@gmail.com )
Columbus County - Ryan Clore ( fbcwhitevillepastor@gmail.com )

We are grateful for the generous outpouring of support already received from the CBFNC community. We welcome additional gifts for Florence response, which can be given here .
CBFNC Awarded $1,000,000 Grant from 
Lilly Endowment for Strengthening Pastors
CBF of North Carolina has received a grant of $1 Million dollars  to help establish the  Helping Pastors Thrive  program. It is part of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s Thriving in Ministry, an initiative that supports a variety of religious organizations across the nation as they create or strengthen programs that help pastors build relationships with experienced clergy who can serve as mentors and guide them through key leadership challenges in congregational ministry. 

CHILDREN'S MISSION DAYS
October 27
Conetoe Family Life Training Center
& Mars Hill Baptist Church

November 17
Conetoe Family Life Training Center
& Providence Baptist Church


READING THE BIBLE
IN A DIVIDED AGE
November 5
Join us as Mary Foskett leads this important discussion!

GROWING YOUNG
REGIONAL WORKSHOP
Learn how to unleash the passion
of young people in your church!
November 10*

*Please note that the October 20
event has been cancelled.
CBF NC WEBINAR
Ministering to the Military
and Veteran Population
November 8


Join us for our many upcoming events
throughout the state!


OCTOBER
CBFNC Webinar: Practicing Midrash - Reading the Bible's Arguments
October 11, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to noon

Growing Young Regional Workshop - CANCELLED
October 20, 2018
First, Lumberton

Children's Mission Days
October 27, 2018
Conetoe Family Life Training Center, Tarboro
Mars Hill, Mars Hill

S.T.E.P. into Transition Ministry
October 29–November 1, 2018
Wake Forest Baptist Church


NOVEMBER
501 Foundations for Christian Coaching
Day 1: November 2, 2018
Day 2: November 3, 2018

RE (Reimagining Evangelism)
Asheville, NC - Hominy Baptist Church

Reading the Bible in a Divided Age
November 5, 2018

CBFNC Webinar: Ministering to the Military and the Veteran Population
November 8, 2018, 11-11:45am

Growing Young Regional Workshop
November 10, 2018
First, Black Mountain

Children's Mission Days
November 17, 2018
Conetoe Family Life Training Center, Tarboro
Providence, Charlotte

CBFNC Webinar: Pivot - A New Model for Missions
November 20, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to noon


DECEMBER
CBFNC Webinar: Ministry with Young Adults
December 4, 2018, 11:00 a.m. to noon


JANUARY
Where is the Church Going From Here?
January 12, 2019
Oakmont Baptist Church
Stay tuned for sign-up information.

Youth Ski Retreat
January 25-27, 2019
Winterplace, WV

NC Growing Young Cohort
Summit 1: January 31-February 1, 2019
Summit 2: September 5-6, 2019
Trinity, Raleigh


FEBRUARY
Young Adult Mid-Winter Retreat
Feburary 15-17, 2019
Camp Thunderbird, Lake Wylie, South Carolina
 
Children's Choir Festival
February 23, 2019
Myers Park UMC, Charlotte 
 

MARCH
Youth Choir Festival
March 8-10, 2019
Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte 

2019 CBFNC Annual Gathering
March 28-29, 2019
First, Greensboro
Partners and Friends of CBFNC
New Baptist Covenant
This year's Summit (October 15-17, Atlanta) promises to be a meaningful and important gathering, and will include speakers like social-justice activists Ruby Sales, Tim Wise and Jessica Felix Romero and pastors Marvin McMickle, Darryl Roberts and Julie Pennington-Russell. There will be worship, breakout sessions and community conversations around the tremendous challenges that face us as we work to build beloved community. To register now,  click here.  And to book your room,  click here .


Senior Adult Ministry Leadership Gatherings
Reserve your spot today to attend one of the two remaining Senior Adult Ministry Regional Leadership Gatherings planned for October 9 and 16!  The Gatherings will encourage ministers and lay leaders to recognize the value of their leadership as well as the world-changing value of missional senior adults! Attendees will be inspired to affirm seniors to value their experiences, knowledge, and wisdom--and to infuse them with the knowledge that their neighbors, their families, and the world desperately need them! Learn more and reserve your space.


Oasis Music Conference
October 19-20, 2018, at Campbell University, Buies Creek. Morning worship and devotion, an evening concert, breakout sessions, and fellowship time. Oasis is an excellent opportunity for you to renew your love for church music, reple nish your materials, and restore your focus on God. Whether you are on staff at a church, in a volunteer leadership position, or simply a member of the choir, our prayer is that you will find resources that will be helpful to you long after you leave Oasis 2018. Register here .


Unidiversity Youth Camp 2019: Proclaimer Search
Unidiversity seeks a proclaimer for the week of July 22-27, 2019 at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville who has a passion for engaging youth in deep and challenging ways and will partner with us in exploring and presenting our 2019 Theme: FATHOMS.

Download Description and Application. Deadline to apply is November 1, 2018. Applications should be submitted to: Christine Powell Kellett and JD Granade, Team Leaders of the Proclaimer Search Team. Email:  info@unidiversity.org


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