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Newly elected 2019 Baptist General Association of Virginia officers are (from left) president Richard Martin, first vice president Adam Tyler, second vice president Jay Lawson, and secretary Herbert Ponder. Executive Board chair Kevin Meadows is at far right. View Story | Download Photo
Baptist General Association of Virginia Executive Director John Upton (at left) presents a Resolution of Appreciation to retiring BGAV secretary Fred Anderson. View Story | Download Photo
Mensajeros votan en la reunión anual de 2018 de la Convención de Iglesias Bautistas del Sur de Puerto Rico (Convención de Iglesias Bautistas del Sur en Puerto Rico). View Story | Download Photo
"¿Hay algo que estarías dispuesto a hacer si llegamos a los $170 [millones]?" Le preguntó Todd Unzicker (a la izquierda) al presidente de la SBC, J.D. Greear durante un evento de Facebook Live el 27 de noviembre. View Story | Download Photo
Daniel Tuchez, quien sirve como pastor de la Iglesia Bautista El Shaddai en Jackson, Tenn., es conocido por ser "muy bueno movilizando a otros pastores y dándoles una visión," de acuerdo a movilizadores de misión de IMB, que se han asociado a Tuchez. Oriundo de Guatemala, Tuchez tiene corazón para llevar el Evangelio a gente en lugares difíciles de llegar. View Story | Download Photo
Greear (center), pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., says his church's partnership with the IMB allows them to have a 'front-row seat in what was formerly one of the most closed places in the world.' That happens through the work of Russell Woodbridge (right), an IMB missionary who equips church planters like Elisey Pronin (left) in Ukraine. View Story | Download Photo
IMB missionary Ingrid Woodbridge (second from right) meets with a group of Ukrainian women as part of a mentoring group she started. She and her husband Russell have planted themselves in Ukraine to train believers there to take the Gospel to the world. View Story | Download Photo
J.D. Greear (standing, right), pastor of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., talks with a congregation planted by Pastor Elisey Pronin (left) made up of people who were displaced by the war in eastern Ukraine. The church offers the hope of Christ to people there who have lost everything. View Story | Download Photo
A member (left) of Resonate Church based in Washington State shares a meal with a young East Asian man. Over the past three years, Resonate has sent more than 80 students to partner with IMB workers and other teams in the East Asia region. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Keith of Resonate Church based in Washington State, said sending students to East Asia to partner with IMB workers is making a huge impact on how his congregation sees missions. View Story | Download Photo
Going to East Asia opens students' eyes to lostness in a way that transforms how they view their lives back home, said Pastor Keith of Resonate Church based in Washington State. Resonate sends dozens of students to the East Asia region each year to build relationships and develop missions courage, Wieser says. View Story | Download Photo
The reconstructed home of missionary Lottie Moon is displayed in Mathena Hall on the campus of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, providing visitors a better sense of her sacrificial service in China’s Shantung Province. View Story | Download Photo
As many wondered who Michael W. Smith was as he performed the song "Friends" during President George H.W. Bush's funeral, folks in Kenova, W.Va., well remember their boy who grew in First Baptist Church. View Story | Download Photo
Steve Willis is lead pastor of First Baptist Church in Kenova, W.Va. View Story | Download Photo
Lilly Chitwood's face lit up when a family court judge officially declared her the daughter of Paul and Michelle Chitwood on Thursday (Dec. 6), in Louisville, Ky. The Chitwoods had fostered Lilly through Sunrise Children's Services for three years. View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist pastor Bartholomew Orr used a zip line in his sermon delivery to signify Jesus' second coming. View Story | Download Photo
Bartholomew Orr View Story | Download Photo
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Patients wait in line to be registered at Kigoma Baptist Hospital in Tanzania. Because of the volume of need, the hospital may occasionally run out of room or resources. But International Mission Board medical missionary Larry Pepper says that doesn't last long -- churches always step up to fill in the gaps. View Story | Download Photo
Scott Swedenburg (right), a member of Dawson Memorial Baptist Church in Birmingham, Ala., visits with a patient at Kigoma Baptist Hospital in Tanzania. After seeing the hospital's great need for more space a few years ago, the church helped build a new pediatric wing to further the hospital's ministry. View Story | Download Photo
The Kigoma Baptist Hospital in Tanzania has become a beacon of hope to the surrounding area, thanks to the way churches support IMB medical missionaries Larry and Sally Pepper through giving and meeting tangible needs. View Story | Download Photo
Thanks to the gifts of churches and individuals all over, people in Tanzania have been able to hear the hope of the Gospel through IMB medical missionaries serving in the Baptist hospital there. View Story | Download Photo
A couple of years ago, pastor Terry Billings saw his old truck sitting in the field, weeds growing up through it. Then he heard God whisper that He could take that old truck and make something new out of it -- and use it to help share the Gospel. View Story | Download Photo
An early morning fire heavily damaged older portions of the campus of First Baptist Church of Bossier City in Bossier City, La. View Story | Download Photo
"We can't wait to enjoy this journey again," Hugh Freeze said Dec. 7 after being announced as Liberty University's new football coach. View Story | Download Photo