Loving Beyond Our City
We love the people of the world. We want to love the world like God did.
John 3:16 (ESV) 16 “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.
God loved by laying his life down for sinners. He died a criminal's death but committed no crime. He defeated sin, Satan and death that whoever calls on the name of the Lord can be rescued from their sin, forgiven, remade and brought into right relationship with God--the one who is their king and should be their true Father.
We have so been transformed by the death and resurrection of Jesus that we want to lay down our lives in love for the world too. We do this to show off the beauty of Jesus to a world groping for significance and satisfaction in all the wrong places. We want to love them to Jesus by planting churches nationally, internationally, caring for the orphan and widow, going often, and giving generously. As you look at the menu on the right and the information below, hopefully you will get an understanding on how we are seeking to love the world.
Loving the World Locally
International Family Ministry
This is a ministry to international families who are affiliated with NCSU. We currently offer ESL classes once a week at ES King Village.
Short-Term Trips to Love the World
These will be posted as trips come available.
Daniel Network Missions Blog
Visit http://www.dannet.org/blog/- to learn more about missions efforts.
Loving the World In Need
Large storms have inflicted damage both locally and around the world. Now is our opportunity to help those in need.
Hurricane Florence caused damage and flooding in North Carolina, especially in the eastern part of the state. If you are interested in contributing to relief efforts for these areas, please visit:
Super Typhoon Mangkhut slammed into the Philippines and South Asia (where TCC has sent some of our international workers), causing mudslides and mass casualties. If you are interested in contributing to relief efforts, please visit:
We anticipate a volunteer team from Bethlehem Baptist Church will be arriving to serve and assist once the first responders have given clearance. If you are interested in serving with this team, please sign up here: