Metrolina Baptist Association

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Ministry Support Fund 2021

The Ministry Support Fund is a resource our churches and leaders can use to help meet specific needs in the life and work of the church. The first step in this process is for the church or leader to submit this application form which will help the association’s leaders determine […]

A Conversation with Todd Unzicker

Join us as MBA hosts a conversation with Todd Unzicker, the recommended candidate for executive director-treasurer for the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina. When asked about his hopes for the future, Unzicker said he wants to see North Carolina Baptists rally around the Great Commission as “a movement of […]

Mission Metro 2021

Mission Metro has been cancelled for 2021. We will begin planning for 2022 in early Fall. Please pray with us about reaching the Metrolina mission field in a significant way in Summer 2022. Mission Metro is a great way to reach and serve our Metrolina neighbors with the love of […]

BCH Food Roundup 2021

Participation in the annual Food Roundup is always amazing, but the Baptist Children’s Homes (BCH) residents saw how our churches gave sacrificially this past fall even as most churches faced their own extraordinary challenges as a result of COVID-19. MBA churches have modeled what BCH teaches the children, many who are unchurched: God […]

Summer Missions 2021 Application

MBA is looking for a current college or seminary student from our area who can serve as our paid Summer Intern in 2021. Preference is given to current college or seminary students who are members of MBA churches. Please submit this form by Monday, March 15, 2021. Applications will be […]

Briley Scholarship Opens January 1st

Jim and Millie Briley were born and raised in rural North Carolina. Their families were very poor. Both of them had to quit school in order to help with the farm and household work. When he was of age, Jim joined the USAF. While on leave, they were married. Jim […]

What have we seen in the Year 2020?

Dr. Bob Lowman, Jr.December 31, 2020 As we end 2020 today, here are some lessons I’ve learned from what I have seen in this calendar year. I know that tonight at midnight the old year will conclude and the new year, 2021 will begin. My prayer is that this annual […]