September 1, 2014
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Paige Patterson
 
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2nd VIEW: TRUSTEES: Funding for short-term workers, Mideast refugee crisis accompany Platt vote
Newly-elected IMB President David Platt speaks to trustees about his passion for taking the Gospel to unreached peoples during the Aug. 26-27 board meeting near Richmond, Va.  Photo by Chris Carter/IMB
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2nd VIEW: TRUSTEES: Funding for short-term workers, Mideast refugee crisis accompany Platt vote
With his wife Heather and their four children by his side, David Platt addresses IMB trustees for the first time as the youngest president in the organization's history, during the Aug. 26-27 board meeting near Richmond, Va. Platt, 36, said he is "honored, humbled and overwhelmed" by his new role, but also "exhilarated" by the possibilities ahead.  Photo by Chris Carter/IMB
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2nd VIEW: TRUSTEES: Funding for short-term workers, Mideast refugee crisis accompany Platt vote
IMB trustees and staff pray for healing for Jeannie Elliff, the wife of outgoing IMB president Tom Elliff, during Aug. 26-27 board meeting near Richmond, Va. Jeannie is facing a recurrence of cancer that has spread to her liver.  Photo by Chris Carter/IMB
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Platt sucede a Elliff como presidente de IMB
David Platt  
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Fire survivors thankful for Baptist relief
Garry McDugle of Palestine, Texas, makes a cut to take down a tree damaged in this summerís historic Carlton Complex fire in north-central Washington. The fire destroyed more than 300 homes. McDugle and the rest of his team up of mostly Texas Baptists cut down fire-damaged trees in the yard of Patty Wetzel, an uninsured homeowner near Twisp, Wash.  Photo by Don Seabrook/NAMB
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Fire survivors thankful for Baptist relief
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteer Barbara Guidry (left) shows a Bible to homeowner Patty Wetzel as an SBDR team finishes cutting down more than 15 fire-damaged trees on her property destroyed in the historic Carlton Complex fire in north-central Washington. Guidry later gave the Bible to Wetzel.  Photo by Don Seabrook/NAMB
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Fire survivors thankful for Baptist relief
These coffee mugs were uncovered by California Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers while participating in ash-out efforts at a home near Twisp, Wash. One of the most meaningful ministries Southern Baptist volunteers undertake while participating in ash-out work is searching through debris for valuables and other salvageable items in primary residences impacted by the fire. SBDR volunteers from six Baptist state conventions have helped with ash-out efforts near Twisp in the past few weeks.  Photo by Don Seabrook/NAMB
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Phil Boatwright
 
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Kelly Boggs
 
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