We work to organize and improve missionary circles in the Baptist churches of North Carolina and to promote a broad spirit of missionary endeavor.
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In 1867, the parent body, General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina, Inc., (then called the Educational and Missionary Convention) was organized. "As the field grew whiter and the labor increased, there was a great need for a Woman's Convention in North Carolina" which "reaches back into the minds and hearts of men." (See 1867-1967-The Centennial Celebration of the General Baptist State Convention)
Thus in 1884, "some North Carolina Missionary Baptist women felt the call to mission and responded by banding themselves together under the leadership of the late Reverend Dr. Henry Martin Tupper (himself an American Baptist missionary, founder, and first president of Shaw University, Raleigh, North Carolina) and forming the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention... Among some founders were Mrs. N.F. Roberts, Mrs. Hattie E. Shepard, Miss Helen Jackson, Mrs. Sallie A. Mial, and Mrs. B. E. Green." (See A HandbookAnd Study Guide/or Missionary Baptist Women.) "The women felt they could render a more effective service by bringing together the widely scattered missionary societies under one banner." (See History of the Woman's Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary Convention of
"Who hath saved us, and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to his own purpose and grace, which was given us in Christ Jesus before the world began,..."
-2 Timothy 1:9