Introducing Churchsource’s new account management features.
We have changed how we manage store buyer accounts, and are upgrading our systems. These changes will improve your data security and privacy, and will streamline your log in process across all our stores.
If you already have an account with ChurchSource, you will simply need to change your password. Please click “Don’t remember your password?” in the Log In box, enter your email address and click “Send Email”, and you will receive instructions for resetting your password.
Please note that these account credentials will also work with the Glose app when you purchase digital products like eBooks or Audiobooks.
Read our FAQs to learn more or contact our support team for assistance.
In the 1880s the King James Version became the basis for the English Revised Version. The American counterpart was published in 1901 as the American Standard Version. A product of both British and American scholarship, the ASV has been highly regarded for its scholarship and accuracy. By the middle of the twentieth century, The Lockman Foundation, a nonprofit Christian corporation in La Habra, California, felt an urgency to preserve these and other lasting values of the ASV by incorporating recent discoveries of Hebrew and Greek textual sources and by rendering them into more current English, calling their translation the New American Standard Bible (NASB). The NASB represents a conservative, literal approach to translation. While this translation followed the principles used in the ASV, the NASB should be viewed as a new translation rather than merely an update of the ASV.
The Lockman Foundation completed an update of the NASB in 1995. More than twenty translators (conservative Bible scholars representing a variety of denominational backgrounds) spent nearly three years completing the project. The team carefully adhered to the principles of literal translation and made no attempt to interpret Scripture through translation. The result was a word-for-word translation that is both accurate and readable.