NCBAM serves to help aging adults 65+ and their caregivers.
The Call Center is available
Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Concerned, caring specialists are ready to provide information, referrals and access to volunteers who provide a variety of services.
"You serve the Lord and love
His people. Thats what being
a minister is all about. It was
The youth said they saw
Jesus in each other as they
worked together building
a wheelchair ramp.
"I believed then, and still
believe today, that I was
the best person to care for her (Anne)."
"Jesus is always with me. I wouldn't have made it through all this without him, . . ."
"I see Red Bags as a way to honor Polly . . . If she were living, she would be right here with me . . ."
North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry
Providing help for the journey since 2009.
Need help? Call 877.506.2226
The mission of North Carolina Baptist Aging Ministry (NCBAM) is to help North Carolina’s aging maintain independence and enjoy quality lives. NCBAM’s outreaches are many and varied to meet the many and varied needs of today’s aging. NCBAM seeks to shrink the gap between needs and caring people willing to help. If you need assistance or if you would like to help, click here.
Since 2009, NCBAM
has led the way in reaching aging adults.
2018 Rampin' Up! is held in conjunction with
Operation Inasmuch. Plan to participate now!
AAIM Roundup 2017
is slated for May 2, 2017 in Thomasville. Plan to attend now!
Aging adults stay on
their feet and in their
homes through the
power of prevention.
March the Blues Away!
opportunities can have
The heart of the matter
is that 1 in 7 aging adults are threatened by hunger.
You can help.
There are those who are determined to set themselves apart. Flagship Churches lead
the way in aging adult ministry.
Servant Care offers
ministers 65+ enhanced
services, fellowship and
NCBAM Speakers are
prepared to present more than 30 classes on a variety
of topics from A to Z!
Red Bags are ideal
for keeping medications
in one place. They're
God gave us all a unique and wondrous way to be reconciled to Him and be assured of eternal life.
Aging minister blessed through Servant Care
By Anita Davie
For more than 65 years, 85-year-old Tollie Cunningham preached as much as three times a week as pastor of a number of churches in a handful of states. He served faithfully until, as he says, “I couldn’t get physically in the pulpit anymore.”
Cunningham and his wife Delores have several health issues, some seriously affecting their mobility. A year ago, when Cunningham was still pastoring a church, he insisted on making hospital visits and visiting the frail aging in nursing homes despite navigating long hallways.
COPYRIGHT 2016 NORTH CAROLINA BAPTIST AGING MINISTRY
A ministry of Baptist Children's Homes of NC - Michael C. Blackwell, President/CEO and NCBAM Founder