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Volunteers with New Beginnings Baptist Church in Longview, Texas, organize donated groceries to put together boxes of food for families in the community. View Story | Download Photo
As the congregation of Immanuel Baptist Church in Madrid is spread out all over the city in lockdown, pastor Tim Melton -- just like pastors across Europe -- looks for ways to minister without being able to leave home. View Story | Download Photo
Send Relief volunteers load up a church van with food to be distributed around Puerto Rico. View Story | Download Photo
Send Relief, a Southern Baptist compassion ministry organization, divided food items into thousands of grocery bags. Altogether, Send Relief distributed more than 50,000 meals through 50 different church locations in order to provide food for people affected the island's response to the COVID-19 pandemic. View Story | Download Photo
Alex Davies, pastor of worship and youth at Heights Baptist Church in Billings, Mont., has been posting Bible studies to YouTube while the students he ministers to are homebound. "Social distancing does not mean social isolation," Davies said. View Story | Download Photo
A video of Nashville studio singers joining together on the hymn "It Is Well with My Soul" reached more than 1 million views in less than 24 hours. The project's producer says what started as a way to encourage his friends has grown beyond what he imagined. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Patrick Thompson (left) and Kelly Craig (right) started the ministry LIC Relief earlier this month to help children who may go hungry as schools are closed. Now, Thompson is ill and awaiting the results of a COVID-19 test, but the ministry has grown rapidly, now feeding families around the area. View Story | Download Photo
In its short life, LIC Relief has recruited more than 120 volunteers to deliver groceries and meals to people struggling amid the COVID-19 crisis in New York. View Story | Download Photo
Restaurants in Long Island City, N.Y., are providing meals at $5 each to LIC Relief, whose volunteers then deliver them to the community. View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans music teacher Stephanie Screen has been providing nightly concerts for her neighbors -- who all keep a safe distance from one another -- during the COVID-19 pandemic. View Story | Download Photo
Send Relief President Bryant Wright (right), surveys a truckload of N95 masks and personal protection equipment with Lee Jackson, a pastor from Kentucky who also drives for Send Relief. The supplies will go to help protect medical workers who are combating the COVID-19 crisis in the United States. View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR) teams across the United States, like this one from Florida, have been donating N95 masks and other personal protective equipment to hospitals and healthcare facilities to support medical workers as they fight the COVID-19 crisis. View Story | Download Photo
Hispanic church planters in North Carolina attend church-planting class at one of the 25 centers across the state. View Story | Download Photo
William Ortega, a native of Costa Rica, has established a church-planting strategy among Hispanic Baptist churches in North Carolina that has led to a multiplication of Hispanic church plants across the state. View Story | Download Photo
Leaders of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions and more than 450 pastors and laypeople joined in an online call to prayer March 25, lifting prayers for our nation, state and all those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. View Story | Download Photo
Doug Melton, pastor of Southern Hills Baptist Church in Oklahoma City, participated in a prayer service, broadcast on multiple TV and radio stations across Oklahoma. Melton prayed specifically for healthcare professionals and their families, as well as for researchers battling the coronavirus. View Story | Download Photo
During a prayer service Thursday (March 26) that was broadcast on multiple TV and radio stations across the state, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt read Phil. 4:6-7 and told viewers: "Oklahoma, we really need this right now." View Story | Download Photo
Alex Himaya, pastor of BattleCreek Church in Tulsa, read and delivered a brief message from Psalm 34 during a prayer service Thursday (March 26) broadcast across Oklahoma. "I've never heard of all the news stations in the state being commandeered by faith for an hour in primetime -- and for free," Himaya said. View Story | Download Photo