July 30, 2014
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2nd VIEW: 'Staggering' number of believers in China, Christian workers say
The usual church leader is away this evening, and in his absence a layman leads the singing, worship service and prayer time.  Photo 2014 IMB / Hugh Johnson
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2nd VIEW: 'Staggering' number of believers in China, Christian workers say
The walls of the living room where the house church meets displays exposed electrical wiring, peeling wallpaper, a calendar and an accurately set clock.  Photo 2014 IMB / Hugh Johnson
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Prayer draws 'God's wing of protection' over Ukrainian city
A woman bows her knees and lifts her head in prayer during a daily prayer meeting on Independence Square in Kharkiv, Ukraine. These prayer meetings have been a daily occurrence since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine.  Photo by Marc Ira Hooks/IMB
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Prayer draws 'God's wing of protection' over Ukrainian city
A statue of Lenin towers above Kharkiv's city square, where up to 200 Christians have gathered daily for more than 130 days to pray for their nation, sharply divided by politics, language and culture.  IMB file photo
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Prayer draws 'God's wing of protection' over Ukrainian city
"We are standing on our knees." Kharkiv residents say God has honored the prayers of those who have gathered daily to pray for peace in their city. Though Kharkiv was supposed to be one of the first cities to fall to pro-Russian separatists, it has remained relatively peaceful.  Photo by Marc Ira Hooks/IMB
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Prayer draws 'God's wing of protection' over Ukrainian city
A woman wipes tears from her eyes as she sings, "Prayer for Ukraine" at the conclusion of the daily prayer circle on Kharkiv's main square.  Photo by Marc Ira Hooks/IMB
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Prayer draws 'God's wing of protection' over Ukrainian city
Located 20 miles from the Russian border, many anticipated Kharkiv would have been the first city overtaken by pro-Russian separatists. Instead, it has been spared much of the conflict experienced in other eastern Ukrainian cities. Many attribute this to the fervent daily prayer of believers meeting in the main square.  
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Church gives back after tragic bus crash
Pastor Bob Brown (left) of First Baptist Church, Dandridge, visits with Sandy and Marvin Boyer of Front Street Baptist Church in Statesville, N.C. The Boyers are survivors of a horrific bus accident that occurred last year near First Baptist. Eight people were killed, including six from Front Street Baptist. The Boyers were among nine of the 12 survivors who returned to Tennessee in July to express their gratitude to Tennessee Baptists for their acts of kindness and to share the Gospel locally.  
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Church gives back after tragic bus crash
Volunteers from First Baptist Church, Dandridge, and Front Street Baptist Church, Statesville, N.C., joined together to conduct a Backyard Bible Club in Dandridge.  
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