Special Announcment
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory recently signed House Bill 2 into law for North Carolina. The purpose of this law is to combat and prevent other such ordinances such as the one passed by the Charlotte, NC city council that would allow, "so called", transgendered people to use restrooms, locker rooms, shower facilities, depending upon what gender they "felt" they were, without consideration to what gender they actually are - male or female. House Bill 2, in essence, prevents this from happening and requires men to use men's facilities and women to use women's facilities. In response to this new law, Dan Schulman, CEO of PayPal, an internet payment company, has announced that his company would not follow through with an announced plan to open a new facility in the Charlotte, NC area that would have provided some projected 400 new jobs. This is obviously a coercive and punitive attempt on the part of Schulman and PayPal and an attempt to advance the agenda of the so called LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) movement. Click here to continue reading . . .


Training for Christian Service
Welcome to our website. Established in 1973, Carolina Bible Institute & Seminary (CBIS) is a conservative Bible school serving the world by providing a program of Christian education to meet the needs of all who desire to be equipped by the Spirit of God through the study of God's Word. Two departments, the Bible Institute and the Seminary, allow students to achieve the level of proficiency in Biblical studies to fulfill the call of God upon their lives.

Classes are held on our campus in Pine Level, North Carolina as well as satellite classes in area churches. External studies are available through our "Roy T. Clifton School of External Christian Studies" so that a student may do work at home at their pace. Please browse our website for details and contact us for more information.


Different Denominations
CBIS has students from different denominations as well as different theological positions. We require all our students to be Christians, but we do not require that they agree with our theological positions. We do expect our students to base their beliefs upon the Word of God. Though our interpretation of Scripture may be different, we must agree that the Scriptures are the only authority. All our students are respected regardless of their theological position. No student is discriminated against because of their belief. We do believe the Scriptures admonish us to "believe the same things." Learn more about our statement of faith.