September 2, 2014
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Life-saving supplies delivered to displaced in northern Iraq
Amid the woes of onslaught by radical ISIS Islamists, a displaced Iraqi woman from one of the country's religious minorities watches over several refugee children as they nap in a barren apartment in northern Iraq.  Photo by Joseph Rose/BGR
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Life-saving supplies delivered to displaced in northern Iraq
Children in northern Iraq -- made refugees by radical ISIS Islamists -- gather for a few moments of escape by watching television while a displaced adult sleeps.  Photo by Joseph Rose/BGR
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Life-saving supplies delivered to displaced in northern Iraq
Laundry dries in a barren apartment in northern Iraq sheltering refugee men, women and children displaced by radical ISIS Islamists from their historic religious communities in the Mideast country.  Photo by Joseph Rose/BGR
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Disaster relief volunteers find love while serving
Delton Beall, strategist for the Florida Baptist Convention's Disaster Relief and Recovery Team, officiates the wedding ceremony of Cheryl King and Frank Sledjeski on July 19 at the Lake Yale Baptist Conference Center in Leesburg.  Courtesy photo
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LABOR DAY: R.G. Lee steeled by Panama Canal 'rugged toil'
It took nearly 100,000 workers more than a decade to build the Panama Canal. Former SBC President R.G. Lee worked on a canal construction crew for nine months at age 21.  SBHLA photo
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LABOR DAY: R.G. Lee steeled by Panama Canal 'rugged toil'
R.G. Lee, pastor of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis, Tenn., from 1927 to 1960, was known to spend five or six hours a day in sermon preparation before making 10 daily pastoral visits.  SBHLA photo
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LABOR DAY: R.G. Lee steeled by Panama Canal 'rugged toil'
R.G. Lee was perhaps best known for his sermon "Payday Someday," which he preached more than 1,000 times to some 3 million people.  SBHLA photo
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Cristianos israelitas y palestinos oran por la paz mientras soportan el conflicto
Una mujer palestina, de pie, fuera de su casa destruida por un misil de fuego israelí. Los inocentes están sufriendo en ambos lados del conflicto.  Foto fe Stephen Johnson/IMB
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Cristianos israelitas y palestinos oran por la paz mientras soportan el conflicto
Las Fuerzas de Defensa de Israel entran en Gaza como parte de su Operación Margen Protector. Los cristianos en ambos lados del conflicto lanzan un llamado a la oración.  Foto de las Fuerzas de Defensa de Israel, usada con permiso
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Platt sucede a Elliff como presidente de IMB
El presidente de la Junta de Misiones Internacionales, David Platt y su esposa, Heather, aquí con sus cuatro hijos (de izquierda a derecha): Joshua, Isaiah, Mara Ruth y Caleb. Platt, 36 años, una de las más apasionadas e influyentes voces a favor de las misiones entre los evangélicos, fue elegido el 27 de agosto por los fideicomisarios de IMB. El pastor de The Church at Brook Hills en Birmingham, Alabama, asumirá el cargo inmediatamente como presidente de la organización de 169 años de antigüedad, la más grande de una denominación entre los evangélicos estadounidenses que envía misioneros. Él sucede a Tom Elliff, 70 años, quien ha servido como presidente de IMB desde marzo de 2011.  Foto cortesía de la familia Platt
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