NCBAM

What Is NCBAM?

North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM) is a dynamic Christian resource dedicated to serving North Carolina’s aging (65 years and older) and their families by providing information and referrals, connecting the aging and their families with resources to meet needs, and coordinating practical ministries. In partnership with North Carolina Baptists and social agencies, NCBAM strives to enable the aging to maintain independence and a quality life.

The needs of North Carolina’s aging are ever increasing. NCBAM seeks to shrink the gap between those needs and people willing to help.  If you need assistance or if you would like to become a servant volunteer, click here.

Current News & Information

The NCBAM team regularly posts about the day-to-day happenings of the ministry. Enrich the conversation by leaving a comment. We’d love to hear from you!

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Skirting a Train Wreck

Posted by Sandy Gregory in Caregivers
on May 21, 2015

At NCBAM, Call Center Specialists assist people every day who feel they are in the midst of a train wreck. Mom...read on

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Safe on the Road

Posted by Debra Kuykendall in Health & Prevention
on May 21, 2015

Older adults can take several steps to stay safe on the road.
• Exercising regularly to increase strength and...read on

Senior Health Support of the Triangle is offering a free event for anyone interested in information concerning...read on

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Adult Child caring for Adult Parent

Posted by Debra Kuykendall in Stories of Grace
on April 21, 2015

We enter this world dependent on someone else to care for our needs.  Most often that someone would be our...read on

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Making a Difference: Smoke Alarms Installation

Posted by Anita Davie in Happenings
on April 06, 2015

Recently talking with a pastor of a small, rural church about what one individual can do for the Lord, I spoke...read on

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What you should know

Posted by Debra Kuykendall in Health & Prevention
on March 16, 2015

Disposal of Unused Medicines: What You Should Know

We have all experienced the need for medicine at some point...read on

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Brunswick County Canvassing

Posted by Carol Layton in Happenings
on March 16, 2015

Brunswick County has experienced numerous fire fatalities in the last month. In five locations, there were no...read on

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