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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Rampin’ Up! Matching Grants Available

Posted by Carol Layton in Servant Volunteers
on March 03, 2014

Due to the generosity of a donor to the North Carolina Baptist Foundation (NCBF) and the partnership between NCBF...read on

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Ramp Builders Needed!!

Posted by Debbie Pilson in Servant Volunteers
on March 17, 2014

On April 26, NCBAM will be partnering with Baptist Men and other church groups to get needed wheelchair ramps...read on

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Alert! Eugenics Victims to be Compensated

Posted by Carol Layton in Issues
on January 20, 2014

From 1929 until 1974, thousands of North Carolinians were coerced or forcibly sterilized under the authorization...read on

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A Personal Battle

Posted by Debra Kuykendall in Health & Prevention
on January 16, 2014

I must confess I’ve battled dry winter skin since I was a teenager. I recall using Corn Husker’s lotion or...read on

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Serving Hope

Posted by Carol Layton in Aging Adults
on November 21, 2013

In North Carolina, one in seven aging adults is threatened by hunger. Serving Hope, an NCBAM initiative, brings...read on

Do you consider health a gift?  By chance, we may think of “good health” as a gift.  If we are experiencing loss...read on

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Grateful for a Potty Chair…..

Posted by Debbie Pilson in Servant Volunteers
on October 31, 2013

but still willing to serve others.  This describes a 75 year old lady who has spent many years of her life taking...read on

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