A college degree in the humanities may not set you up for a high-paying job, but job preparation is not the only, or even the primary, function of higher education.
North Carolina churches and pastors were proclaiming their positions on Amendment One. Is it proper for churches to tell people how to vote on legislation?
An atheist was elected to a city council in North Carolina, but some critics have invoked that state's constitution, which forbids anyone who denies God from holding public office. Have they forgotten the U.S. Constitution?
Newspaper circulation continues to decline, dropping 10.6 percent from this time last year. Sadly, Internet-savvy Americans don't realize what good newspapers do for them.
The lottery's no longer the only game in town in many North Carolina communities. Sweepstakes parlors, where patrons play online games hoping to win money, have been able to skirt the law.
Having the full presence and attention of a coach, who is focused on you and your goals and desires, brings a partnership that many need these days to face fears and achieve goals.
Too many Christians buy into the idea that a vocal witness is not important and “words don’t mean anything,” Fred Craddock says.
Missions abroad are worthwhile, Larry Hovis said, but he feared that too much emphasis farther away could mean that CBFNC was neglecting an important part of the CBF mission of serving “the most marginalized, the most neglected, the least evangelized.” There were plenty of people in North Carolina who fit that description, he believed.