Back to School: Letting Go & Savoring the Now

Posted by on Aug 26, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

Back to School time brings on all the mom feelings. I’m thankful for the return to a predictable routine, but sad to let go of freedom of summer. I am glad to have a few moments of quiet, yet I will miss my kids and the noise they create when they’re gone. It’s not their […]

Calling: Before and After

Posted by on Jun 11, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

I find “calling” to be one of the most familiar words in Christian-speak.  I also find it to be one of the most difficult concepts to understand. It seems that followers of Christ find peace and comfort in using the word “called” to narrate any life decisions.  For example, when I was in high school, […]

Sharing the Good News

Posted by on May 24, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments
Sharing the Good News

As people changed and shaped by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, we are commissioned (a fancy word for sent) to go and share that “Good News” with our neighbors, our community and the world. But who’s to say what’s truly good?

Breakfast on the Beach

Posted by on May 21, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

What did you eat for breakfast this morning? Bacon and eggs? Avocado toast? Cereal? Whatever it was, I bet it wasn’t fish cooked over a campfire. One of my favorite stories in scripture is that of the disciples having a breakfast of fish on the beach with the risen Christ. It’s a story full of […]

How do we reconcile our belief in the Lord of creation with some of our Christian doctrines?

Posted by on May 13, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

I love this question because it offers so many words that are a part of the language of faith – and – it gets at one of the largest tensions people of faith face as they seek to live their lives faithfully and in the modern world.  It is always important to remember that doctrines […]

An Invitation to Sit in Holy Week’s Rubble

Posted by on Apr 17, 2019 in Events, Reflections | No Comments

This week, the world watched as one of the most iconic cathedrals in the Western world was consumed by fire.  As time passed, images surfaced of Notre-Dame de Paris engulfed in smoke and flames; and many wondered if the thousand year-old building would survive.        It seems a bit haunting to consider the devastation of this […]

BWIM of NC presents The Church Award to Greystone

Posted by on Apr 4, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

Each year, BWIM NC recognizes the contributions of individuals and churches to the cause of women in ministry with two awards. Determined by the Leadership Board, the awards are The Anne Thomas Neil Award and The Church Award.  The Church Award is given to congregations who are exemplary in supporting and encouraging the cause of women in ministry. The symbol […]

Mission Garden Update

Posted by on Mar 11, 2019 in Reflections | No Comments

On Saturday, March 2, our Missions Kids planted our spring garden.  What fun we had!  We planted lettuce (2 kinds) and curly kale.  Our tiny hands tenderly dug holes and gently planted young lettuce plants and kale plants. Each plant then got a drink of water.  We also helped Mrs. Brewer plant beets.  She had […]

Lumberton Rebuild

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Events, Reflections | No Comments

13 people from Greystone Baptist Church worked in Lumberton on January 10-12 rebuilding houses. Two of the houses had not heat while two other houses were heated. We tore out sub-flooring and replaced sub-flooring, hung insulation, laid lauan sheeting over the sub-flooring, replaced baseboards, set 2 bathroom vanities and attached kitchen cabinets.  

World Communion Sunday / Rise Against Hunger Recap Video

Posted by on Nov 13, 2018 in Events, Reflections | No Comments

Check out our recap video from our World Communion Sunday worship with Rise Against Hunger.

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