WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- A parade of friends and colleagues from past ministries helped to install Bill Wilson March 18 as second president of the Center for Congregational Health during a service at United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, N.C.
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RURAL HALL, N.C. -- Making a tough decision to close its day care center after 20 years prompted a small North Carolina church to establish a center for senior adults in Rural Hall, N.C., a mid-state area with a high number of seniors who live alone.
Published in 2011 Archives
As the calendar pages turn inexorably toward Sept. 11, New York City is preparing for a flood of solemn remembrance prompted by the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attack that claimed 3,000 lives and launched a decade of angst and uncertainty in the world’s most typically resilient nation.
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Economic life is never easy in western North Carolina’s mountains and 70 percent of the poor are locked into “generational poverty” that holds them back like the concrete anchors on their mobile homes.
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Thirty-three people wearing “I Support Hector” badges packed Immigration Court in Charlotte, N.C., Sept. 2 for the hearing of a Hispanic church planter facing possible deportation.
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Thursday, 08 September 2011 00:00

Singles ministry tough, but vital

"Singles" are not monolithic but fall across every age range and life spectrum. They are never married divorced, separated and widowed. And they come in all ages, from very young adults just out of high school to senior adults who have lost a spouse after 50 years together.
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You may not know her name, but if you were born before 1970 you have seen Kim Phuc’s picture. She is the 9-year-old girl seen running burned and naked in Nick Ut’s 1972 Pulitzer Prize-winning photo that fanned anti-war sentiment in the United States.
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WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Baptist groups associated with the North American Baptist Fellowship are pouring into areas affected by deadly spring tornadoes and floods, at the same time they make longer view assessments of how best to help victim families rebuild -- both in the United States and in Haiti.
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (ABP) -- During his installation March 18 as president of the Center for Congregational Health, Bill Wilson said churches and ministers are "in crisis." That's a breath-sucking observation from the head of an organization that has dealt with struggling congregations for nearly 20 years.
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How that Haiti is completely wrecked, how does anyone fix it?

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