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En tres iglesias locales, los voluntarios de Send Relief junto con las iglesias bautistas del sur en Puerto Rico están preparando y sirviendo comida caliente para los sobrevivientes del terremoto. Send Relief, el brazo de ministerio de compasión de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas, almacenó recursos de alimentos y agua en la isla para que los pastores y las iglesias pudieran satisfacer las necesidades de la gente en caso de un desastre natural. View Story | Download Photo
Los voluntarios de Send Relief de las iglesias bautistas del sur portorriqueñas descargan un cargamento de Send Relief compuesto de alimentos y agua para una iglesia local. Send Relief, el brazo de ministerio de compasión de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas, almacenó recursos de alimentos y agua en la isla para que los pastores y las iglesias pudieran satisfacer las necesidades de la gente en caso de un desastre natural. View Story | Download Photo
Los sobrevivientes del terremoto que ocurrió en Puerto Rico a inicios de esta semana se están refugiando en un par de iglesias bautistas del sur, una en Yauco y otra en Ponce, Puerto Rico. Send Relief, el ministerio de compasión de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas, ha estado proveyendo recursos -- tales como alimentos y agua -- para aquellos que se hospedan en las iglesias. View Story | Download Photo
Jonathan Santiago, el segundo desde la izquierda, y Sam Porter, el tercero desde la izquierda, discuten la estrategia de respuesta una vez que Porter llegó a Puerto Rico la noche del jueves. Santiago es el director de Send Relief en Puerto Rico, y Porter sirve como el director nacional de Southern Baptist Disaster Relief de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas (NAMB). Send Relief es el ministerio de compasión de la JMN. View Story | Download Photo
Alma y su hija comparten un momento de luz con la directora del Centro de Asistencia al Embarazo de Greenspoint, Flora López. View Story | Download Photo
Alma, cliente del Centro de Asistencia a Embarazadas Greenspoint selecciona artículos para su niña junto con la directora del centro Flora López. View Story | Download Photo
Flora López (a la derecha), directora del Centro de Asistencia a Embarazadas Greenspoint en Houston, habla y aconseja a la clienta Sebastiana. View Story | Download Photo
IMB workers, national partners, local churches and volunteers worked together to reach thousands of rugby fans with the gospel during the 2019 Rugby World Cup. View Story | Download Photo
Thousands of fans traveled to Japan for the 2019 Rugby World Cup to cheer on national teams representing 20 countries. View Story | Download Photo
The January 7 earthquake in Puerto Rico has made many homes, like this one, uninhabitable. The pillars upholding this elevated home have shifted. View Story | Download Photo
On Wednesday (Jan. 15) Send Relief, the compassion ministry arm of the North American Mission Board, in partnership with the Guaynabo City Athletic League, were able to reach one of the most remote towns affected by the earthquakes, Guayanilla, Puerto Rico. They crossed a river to distribute 200 blue tarps and 252 cases of water to families and to the elderly in need. View Story | Download Photo
Ever since an earthquake rocked Puerto Rico Jan. 7, Send Relief, the compassion ministry arm of the North American Mission Board, has been mobilizing volunteers and providing resources to those in need. So far, there have been more than 8,600 meals served through Send Relief, and volunteers from at least 12 local churches in Puerto Rico have joined the effort to serve through the crisis response effort. View Story | Download Photo
Glenn (left) and John Ingouf, shown here in 2019, served 29 years overseas as missionaries. View Story | Download Photo
John Ingouf made many markings and notes in his copy of "William Carey: Missionary, Pioneer and Statesman" by F. Deaville Walker. View Story | Download Photo
John and Glenn Ingouf were appointed as missionaries in 1960. View Story | Download Photo
Susan Lafferty View Story | Download Photo
Tennessee pastor Bryan Nerren, shown with his wife Rhonda and grandchildren, is stranded in India awaiting a Dec. 12 hearing on Customs charges. View Story | Download Photo
Tennessee pastor Bryan Nerren, standing left, stuck in India more than three months after the government confiscated his passport, has exhausted all concrete options for his return, his wife Rhonda, standing right, told Baptist Press. Also shown are the couple’s two children. View Story | Download Photo
Priscilla Shirer View Story | Download Photo
Jamie Dew, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Leavell College, opened Defend 2020 at NOBTS by sharing keys to effective apologetics. Dew encouraged participants to approach apologetic conversations with non-believers with love, humility and civility. View Story | Download Photo
Obed and Elena Brefo with their three children. View Story | Download Photo
Arkansas Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers were repairing a roof damaged by recent tornadoes when they saw smoke rising from a house nearby. When a neighbor told them two elderly women were likely inside, the volunteers entered the house to find and remove the victims. View Story | Download Photo
Disaster relief volunteer Howard Moose recalled that as they left the burning home with the survivors, the room immediately filled with black smoke and began to cave in. View Story | Download Photo
The survivors' dog was found by rescuers on the back porch unconscious and required mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, ABSC said in a release regarding the event. View Story | Download Photo
Octavio Esqueda View Story | Download Photo