Search Results

50 items found

Events (30)

View All

Blog Posts (20)

  • Horizons Camp at Camp Mundo Vista


  • Christian Women’s Job Corps of North Carolina

    CWJCNC, Inc., a ministry of WMU, has been ministering in North Carolina for the last 21 years in ways that are relevant to the local communities that the sites serve. These sites are ministering to women and men who desire to move out of poverty. Christian men and women mentor and share the journey of participants. Prayer undergirds all that CWJC is about and is foundational to developing and operating a site. CWJC seeks to see the God-breathed value of each person and seeks to bring all people to an understanding of that value for themself and others in their lives VISIT OUR WEBSITE: MISSIONS MARKET FREE GIFT: Tiffany Seaford, CWJCNC Board Chair, has created a 15% discount for individuals to use on her Etsy account for 3" vinyl finger labyrinths. This link launches the site with the coupon already entered for ease. The coupon is good until 12/31/21. We chose this since prayer is such a foundational element to all we do with CWJC. Here is the link... Contact info For more information about local sites or how you can minister through CWJCNC, go to or email Cara Lynn Vogel, State Coordinator, at

  • Baptist Children's Home of North Carolina

    WHO WE SERVE We provide programs and services for children of all ages, teen mothers, single mothers and their children, developmentally disabled adults as well as frail and aging adults. HOW WE HELP We offer a variety of programs and services to meet the needs of children, families and adults. Cottage Care Foster Care & Adoption Emergency Care Transitional Living Teen Mother and Baby Residential Care Residential Wilderness Camping Family Care for Single Mothers and their children Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Ministry (IDD) Weekday Education Community Outreach College Outreach in Cullowhee North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM) WHO ARE THE CHILDREN? The children who live at Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) are not strangers. They come to us from communities throughout North Carolina. In addition to offering care for boys and girls, BCH also provides group homes for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults, services for aging adults, single mothers, college students and orphans in Guatemala. WHY DO CHILDREN COME? ABUSE & NEGLECT. . .Children come to BCH due to abuse, neglect and abandonment they have often suffered at the hands of adults they have trusted to love and care for them. Alcohol and drug addiction, including the opioid crisis, is crippling families resulting in children being removed from their homes for their safety and well being. FAMILY CRISIS. . . There are circumstances where children come to BCH because of challenges within their family. We have the privilege of working with children and their families to help them overcome the specific issues that threaten to tear the family apart. VISIT OUR WEBSITE: DOWNLOADABLE MISSIONS MARKET FREE GIFT:

View All