July 29, 2014
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2nd VIEW: Ebola outbreak triggers confusion & concern
Christian workers in West Africa are focusing on education, teaching locals and volunteers about the Ebola virus and how to take precautions.  Photo by Michael Roach
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2nd VIEW: Ebola outbreak triggers confusion & concern
Fear and mistrust of doctors and isolation areas are causing some to hide the presence of the Ebola virus in their communities.  Photo by Michael Roach
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'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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'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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House churches in China report on rapid growth
Times for the church in China have changed, pastor Liu Qiang* said. There's a chalkboard in front of his home where his house church meets, inviting their neighbors to worship Jehovah.  Photo 2014 IMB / Hugh Johnson
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House churches in China report on rapid growth
House churches in many places in China make use of PowerPoint presentations during worship and sermon times.  Photo 2014 IMB / Hugh Johnson
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House churches in China report on rapid growth
There are no Von Trapps here this is a 21st-century factory in China and believers are learning the melody of a new worship song.  Photo 2014 IMB / Hugh Johnson
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Oklahoma's DR plans for future growth, impact
From left, Moore, Okla., schools superintendent Robert Romines receives a check for $500,000 from Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO) Disaster Relief director Sam Porter and BGCO executive director-treasurer Anthony Jordan. The funds will help build a 1,600-person storm shelter and Central Elementary and Junior High schools in Moore.  Photo by Bob Nigh
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Oklahoma's DR plans for future growth, impact
A site map denotes where the donated five-acre plot is located along I-35 and north of NE 27th St. in Moore, Okla.  Photo provided
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FIRST-PERSON: How to be a Bridezilla
 
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