Core Values

Caring for our churches, pastors, ministry leaders, and our communities.

Coaching, consulting, and helping churches get on mission with God’s agenda.

Building relationships with churches and facilitating relationships between churches to achieve greater Kingdom impact.

Bringing together and mobilizing churches for strategic and catalytic engagement in their communities and world.

Upcoming Events

 

NC Baptist Foundation Scholarship Applications are open!!  There are four educational scholarships available for Baptist students.  Applications for these scholarships are online, and are open January 1-February 15, 2020.  More details can be found about each scholarship at      http://www.ncbaptistfoundation.org/scholarships.aspx  

 

TEEN XTREME is March 13-14  9pm until 5am

$10 per person-Grades 6th thru 12th-Registration is required and due March 1-all churches registering on/before that due date will be entered to win a $400 gift card for their youth group.   Contact Jackie for questions and registration at 336.672.2388 or 336.736.0407.

 

“Breaking Out” Through Our Sunday School                                                           Association Wide: Sunday School Conference

Oakhurst Baptist Church 2225 S. Fayetteville Street, Asheboro                                          Saturday, March 14, 2020                9:00am-12:00 Noon                                                      Five different sessions taught by five different leaders.  Refreshments available            Call the RBA office by March 6 to register     336.625.4175

 

“Better Together 2020” Event…Saturday, April 18, 2020 4-7pm       

Bicentennial Park, Downtown Asheboro                                       

More Details Coming Soon……

                        

Message from the Credentials Committee…

The Credentials Committee met recently to discuss the role of said committee and to establish a strategic plan moving forward.  As part of that meeting, it was decided that a reminder of the expectations of “cooperating churches” of the Randolph Baptist Association would be beneficial. These expectations are stated as follows in the RBA Constitution:

ARTICLE III: MEMBERSHIP

Section 1.     The Association shall be comprised of cooperating churches within the area of the Association.  A cooperating church shall  be defined as one which annually: 

1. Contributes to the financial programs of the association.  (SBC recommends at least 3% of undesignated gifts.)

2.  Returns the annual report to the association.

3.  Elect members who attend at least one of the quarterly meetings.

The Credentials Committee requests that pastors and leadership of all churches of the RBA review these expectations and consider what changes, if any, your church may need to consider.

Thank you for your consideration and feel free to contact Mr. Jerry Atwood, Credentials Committee Chairman, should you have any questions.   

 

3 Circles

A versatile tool for sharing the gospel.  Click on the link below to see a very easy way to have a conversation about the gospel.

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Living the D-Life

What if you could successfully equip and empower everyone in your ministry for a lifestyle of disciple-making?

This is the purpose of D-Life. D-Life is a simple, biblical, and reproducible process for equipping every believer for a lifestyle of disciple-making.

To learn more, visit:   http://livingthedlife.com/

WHO’S YOUR ONE?

Imagine the impact if every Christian had ONE person they prayed for and shared the gospel with. Who are you committing to pray for?

Learn more at:  https://whosyourone.com/

Sponsored by the NAMB, North American Mission Board, SBC

                                          

 

 

 

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Randolph Baptist Association
PO Box 2167, 350 N. Cox St. Suite #10
Asheboro NC 27204
Phone: 336.625.4175