NC Stop Human Trafficking
NC Stop Human Trafficking has a vision of a state—free of human trafficking—with a mission of creating communities actively working to abolish human trafficking. We educate. We collaborate. We advocate. We introduce fair trade products into the local market.
The Baptist House of Studies is a community of faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends committed to the preparation of innovative Christian leaders for the church, the academy, and other strategic organizations. The Baptist House provides spiritual direction, theological formation, financial support, and ministry guidance for Baptist students enrolled in the divinity school.
The Baptist History and Heritage Society strives to fulfill its mission of “helping Baptists discover, conserve, assess, and share their history.” The Society holds an annual conference, regional and local workshops and seminars; publishes a peer-reviewed academic journal as well as books, booklets, and pamphlets; provides digital resources; issues annual awards; and more. This year’s annual conference will be held virtually May 27-28.
BWIM NC achieves our mission of “Telling Stories, Opening Doors & Building Community” through a network of support, fellowship, worship, advocacy & education for Baptist women & men who are seeking to honor God’s call in Christ in mission & ministry.
BJC (Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty) defends faith freedom for all. Based in Washington, D.C., we work with churches, all branches of government, and people across faiths to ensure everyone has the right to follow spiritual beliefs. Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & YouTube, and subscribe to the BJC Podcast.
Threads by Nomad is a clothing and lifestyle brand that inspires women to fall in love with the beauty of diversity. Threads by Nomad sources fabric across the globe, employs refugees in the United States, and provides an avenue for micro-enterprise entrepreneurs worldwide to sell their creations.
Baptist News Global is a reader-supported, independent news organization providing original and curated news, opinion and analysis about matters of faith. We cover the people, events and ideas that are shaping American religion and culture. We do so from a perspective that is Baptist in heritage and ecumenical in spirit.
From its founding, CBFNC has recognized the importance of leadership development as a key to healthy, faithful congregations that embody the gospel of Jesus Christ in the world. Through a major grant from the Lilly Endowment, CBFNC expanded its support for pastoral leaders by establishing Helping Pastors Thrive.