April 20, 2014
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FIRST-PERSON: From tragedy to tourism
A Ukrainian woman wipes tears from her eyes as she strolls through Kiev's Independence Square and visits the memorials to "The Heroes of Ukraine" as they are called.  IMB photo
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FIRST-PERSON: From tragedy to tourism
Patriotism in Kiev is at an all-time high. Ribbons, pins, scarves, and other patriotic garb can now be found for sale at the many souvenir tables that are popping up near the center of the city.  IMB photo
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Attacks don't hinder Ukrainian Christians
Usually more than 100 people crowd this busy intersection in the eastern Ukrainian border city of Donetsk. The sign invites those passing by to "Pray here for Ukraine."  Photo by Marc Ira Hooks
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Moore, Obama meet on immigration reform
Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission President Russell D. Moore, second from right, is shown in a Nov. 13, 2013, immigration reform meeting in the Oval Office with President Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and religious leaders. In a Tuesday (April 15) meeting with Obama and other religious leaders, Moore said disagreements should not stop evangelicals from collaborating with Obama on immigration.  White House file photo by Pete Souza
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Hiring policies updated at Southern Seminary
Changes to employment policies were necessary to "attract and retain a first-class academic faculty," President R. Albert Mohler Jr. said during the April 14-15 board of trustees meeting of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Ky.  SBTS photo
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Baptists minister to fire victims in Chile
Chilean Baptist volunteers unload water and other relief supplies to give to residents and workers on Las Cañas Hill, one of several hillside neighborhoods badly burned by a large and fast-moving forest fire in Valparaíso, Chile's chief seaport. During the week of April 21, Chilean Baptists will begin a feeding project serving meals to some of nearly 12,000 people displaced by the disaster.  IMB photo by missionary Karen Wright
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Baptists minister to fire victims in Chile
Chile has suffered two major disasters this April: an 8.2-magnitude earthquake April 1 that shattered the northern city of Iquique, and an April 12 forest fire that badly burned several of the 42 hillside neighborhoods in Valparaíso, Chile's chief seaport. Chilean Baptists have been meeting needs in Jesus' name in both of these disaster zones.  IMB map by Ricardo Green
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2nd VIEW: Warrens help others 1 year after son's suicide
A Facebook post Kay Warren wrote in advance of the first anniversary of her son Matthew Warren’s suicide drew 3.2 million views and more than 10,000 favorable comments. Saddleback Church, based in Lake Forest, Calif., and pastored by Kay’s husband Rick Warren, hosted a March 28 seminar to mobilize churches in mental health ministry.  Photo screen-captured from Saddleback Church video
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