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Ministers: Love Your Spouse to Health
Free Webinar
Being married to a person in the profession of ministry is complicated. The expectations of clergy by congregations, community members, and the institution of the church, both locally and denominationally are high. The family is impacted by financial strain, lack of privacy, the clergy person being available 24 hours daily, and the clergy person’s service to others. The work of clergy impacts the whole family, for better or worse. During our time together, we will explore dimensions of well-being, but will also consider issues such as isolation, resentment, expectations (of self and others), and boundary-setting. This webinar is designed for spouses of clergy, but it is certainly open to clergy members, too.  
Choir Festivals—Registration is Now Open!
Heather Williams Potter
Guest Clinician
Children's Choir Festival
Children:
Come join us at Myers Park United Methodist Church on Saturday, February 23, beginning at 9:30 a.m. as we sing music about hope, God's goodness, and even Christmas!
Youth:
Come join us at Providence Baptist Church on Friday,
March 8, beginning at 7:30 p.m. as we sing music about being the fruit of the vine, Shalom, and singing from happiness!
Phillip Shoultz
Guest Clinician
Youth Choir Festival
25th Anniversary Annual Gathering
Thursday, March 28 & Friday, March 29
First Baptist Church, Greensboro
Learn More Here!
It's now 2019, and that means we are moving full-speed ahead as we gear up for our Annual Gathering! It will be held at First Baptist Church, Greensboro, on Thursday, March 28 and Friday, March 29. We have exciting and gifted speakers and musicians ready to enrich us and worship with us as we celebrate CBFNC's 25th anniversary! To learn more and to register, click here .
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina News
Mid-Winter
Young Adult Retreat
Camp Thunderbird, Lake Wylie, SC

February 15-17
Children's Choir Festival
Myer's Park UMC, Charlotte

February 23
Youth Choir Festival
Providence, Charlotte

March 8-10

WNCBF Ministers Retreat
Lutheridge Camp & Conference Center
Asheville

March 11


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!
Clergy Spouse Well-Being
February 14

Ministers:
Ready for Tax Season?
February 26

The Minister and Money
March 12
Immigration Issues
April 16

Women in Ministry:
Three Stories
May 14

Where's Church Going From Here?
May 28

Would you like to volunteer in the relief effort?
Would you like to apply for a Hurricane Florence relief grant?
If so, click on one of the boxes above to learn more!
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!
FEBRUARY
CBFNC Webinar:
Clergy Spouse Well-Being
February 14
11:00 a.m. to noon

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

CBFNC Webinar
Ministers: Ready for Tax Season?
February 26
11:00 a.m. to noon

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

WNCBF Ministers Retreat
March 11
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Lutheridge Camp & Conference Center, Arden 

CBFNC Webinar:
The Minister and Money
March 12
11:00 a.m. to noon

2019 CBFNC Annual Gathering
March 28-29
First, Greensboro


APRIL
Ministry Design:
A Conference for Churches
April 6
9:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

CBFNC Webinar:
Immigration Issues
April 16
11:00 a.m. to noon



Partners & Friends of CBFNC
Ministry Design:
Conference for Churches
April 6, 2019

Greystone Baptist Church, Raleigh

Each participating church will pay only $150.
This fee covers everyone attending from your church. The deadline to register is March 23.
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.

Come to the Table
Co-Sponsored by NC Council of Churches and RAFI
(Rural Advancement Foundation International)

March 12-13, 2019
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, Charlotte
Click here  to learn more .
Click here  to register .
Baptist Joint Committee
Religious Liberty
Essay Scholarship Contest
High school juniors and seniors can win up to $2,000 for college in the Baptist Joint Committee’s Religious Liberty Essay Scholarship Contest. The 2019 topic asks students to evaluate and share their opinion on the “Johnson Amendment,” which is a provision in the tax code allowing nonprofits to be political but not partisan. Essays must be between 800-1,200 words and postmarked by March 8, 2019. For the full writing prompt and additional details, visit  BJConline.org/contest .
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 .
ChurchWorks Awards
Each year at ChurchWorks, two CBF ministers are recognized with the two following awards: Young Baptist Leadership Award and Jack Naish Distinguished Christian Educator Award. To learn more about these awards, click here . To nominate someone for either award, use the links below. For more information, please email  Josh Speight .
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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