Our times of worship and learning from God’s Word are important to the Annual Meeting. We welcome each of these speakers and look forward to hearing from them throughout the meeting. Each speaker is a humble servant of God dedicated to serving North Carolina Baptists and to impacting lostness.
Pastor, Dublin First Baptist Church
Cameron McGill has served as pastor of Dublin First Baptist Church since 2000. McGill previously served as associate pastor/youth pastor at Trinity Baptist Church in Spencer and First Baptist Church in Rockwell. McGill has served the state convention on the board, the executive committee and the N.C. Baptist Aging Ministry Taskforce. He has also served as first and second vice president of the convention. Other areas of denominational service include moderator, Executive Committee and Evangelism Committee for Bladen Association, and vice moderator and youth committee chairman for Rowan Association. He has led Dublin First Baptist to establish partnerships with a church in New York City as well as in Moldova. McGill received his undergraduate degree from Emmanuel Baptist University. He and his wife Tiffany have three sons and one daughter.
Milton A. Hollifield, Jr.
Executive Director-Treasurer, Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
Milton A. Hollifield Jr. was elected executive director-treasurer of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina on April 11, 2006. Since 1993 Hollifield has served on the Convention staff, beginning in the Evangelism Division, then becoming executive leader for the Mission Growth Evangelism Group in 1998. Hollifield served as associate pastor of West Asheville Baptist Church and pastor of First Baptist Church in Stanley. Hollifield served as director of missions for Gaston Association for two years prior to joining the BSCNC staff. Hollifield and his wife, Gloria, have one son, a daughter-in-law and two grandsons. Hollifield received a bachelor’s degree from Mars Hill College and a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
This year there will be a special prayer gathering for the Tuesday evening session. The goal of this special service is for all N.C. Baptists to unite their hearts in prayer for spiritual awakening and revival. The service will feature special worship music, testimonies and guests united around four main themes: repentance, returning, restoration and refreshing. Everyone is encouraged to participate during special times of guided prayer throughout the evening. Don’t miss this special event:
November 7, 6:30 p.m.
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