Bible Gateway: Bible Gateway is a searchable online Bible in more than 200 versions and 70 languages that you can freely read, research, and reference anywhere. With a library of audio Bibles, a mobile app, devotionals, email newsletters, and other free resources, Bible Gateway equips you not only to read the Bible, but to understand it.
YouVersion: YouVersion is a free downloadable app for phone, tablet or computer that allows you the ability to read your Bible wherever you go. Choose from more than 1,200 Bible versions in over 900 languages with many available as audio Bibles. Highlight or Bookmark your favorite verses, make Verse Images that you can share, and attach public or private Notes to Bible passages. There are also Bible reading plans and a children’s Bible app as well.
Bible Wise: BibleWise.com is a not-for-profit-organization. We offer an online resource database of Bible study tools for children, teens and adults. Our mission is to foster a deeper love and understanding of the Bible and its application in daily life.
Bible Study Tools: BibleStudyTools.com is the largest free online Bible website for verse search and in-depth studies. Our aim is to offer the freshest and most compelling biblically-based content to Christians who take seriously their relationship with Christ. Bible Study Tools gives Christians of any age and at any stage the opportunity to read, study, understand, and apply the Bible to their lives. With free devotionals, study guides, helpful articles, and rich personalization functions, visitors to Bible Study Tools will be able to make the most of their Bible study time, and unlock its meaning for their lives in new and important ways.
Biblical Recorder: The Biblical Recorder was founded in 1833 to build trust among North Carolina Baptists and beyond. Truth and transparency are the lights that guide us. Our team is committed to high reporting standards as we explore creative solutions for publishing content on print and digital platforms. We also strive to create a Christian news media environment where advertisers and ministry partners feel confident about sharing their message with our readers.
P.O. Box 1185 Cary, NC 27512
(919) 847 – 2127
Caldwell County Baptist Association: On October 22, 1885, sixteen churches with a total membership of 900 people met at the Rocky Springs Baptist Church in Collettsville, North Carolina to organize the Caldwell Baptist Association. Today, there are 74 congregations with over 27,000 members. The Association is composed of cooperating Southern Baptist congregations that have been approved for membership in the Association in accordance with the procedures described in the Association’s Bylaws. All of the member churches are located in or adjacent to Caldwell County. The mission of the Association is to equip, encourage, and engage churches in making, maturing, and mobilizing Christian disciples in Caldwell County and beyond.
208 Nuway Circle, NW Lenoir, NC 28645
(828) 758 – 4081
BSCNC: The Baptist State Convention of North Carolina (BSCNC) was established in 1830 as a way for churches to accomplish more for God’s kingdom by working together. The BSCNC, which cooperates with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC), includes 77 local Baptist associations and about 4,300 churches. Our cooperating churches are autonomous, and each church voluntarily decides to join the BSCNC in ministry and missions efforts. Gifts through the Cooperative Program and the North Carolina Missions Offering make the missions and ministries of the BSCNC possible. The BSCNC staff operate under the supervision of a board of directors, which is comprised of pastors and lay people from member churches across the state.
205 Convention Drive Cary, NC 27511
(919) 467 – 5100
Southern Baptist Convention: The Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) is a body of like-minded local churches cooperating together to reach the world with the Good News of Jesus Christ. There are currently more than fifty thousand Southern Baptist cooperating churches and church-type missions. Though as many as two hundred could be counted as “mega-churches,” the vast majority run less than two hundred in weekly worship. No two churches are alike; but there are certain commonalities that bind Southern Baptists together, regardless of race, ethnicity, socio-economic status, language, size, or location. Southern Baptists are as varied and diverse as the cities, towns, neighborhoods, and rural communities where they live. Each Southern Baptist church is autonomous and unique; only when viewed together can one grasp the diversity that is the Southern Baptist Convention.
901 Commerce St. Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 244 – 2355