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Jim Law, derecha, servirá como el director ejecutivo del grupo de evangelismo y liderazgo de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas (NAMB). Kevin Ezell, presidente de la junta, comentó sobre Law "estoy muy emocionado por tenerlo en ese papel." Law ha servido durante casi 28 años como el pastor ejecutivo de First Baptist Church en Woodstock, Ga. Comenzará a servir en la junta a partir del 1 de octubre. View Story | Download Photo
El 12 de agosto, el servicio interracial de adoración en Charlottesville, Va., atrajo a creyentes de cerca de 20 iglesias evangélicas alrededor del tema "mejor juntos." View Story | Download Photo
El capellán del Ejército de EE.UU. (capitán) José Rondón actualmente sirve en Fort Leonard Wood en Missouri. Rondón ha visto más de 1,400 profesiones de fe en Fort Leonard Wood desde que comenzó a servir en la instalación. View Story | Download Photo
Soldados se reúnen para un culto de capilla en Fort Leonard Wood en Missouri el 29 de julio de 2018. El capellán del Ejército de EE.UU. (capitán) José Rondón sirve como capellán en la instalación. Él ha visto a más de 1,400 soldados abrazar la fe desde que comenzó a servir en Fort Leonard Wood. View Story | Download Photo
Pro-life advocates pray during a Love Life rally in Charlotte, N.C., on July 27. The Love Life group believes God can end the abortion industry, and they are working with people across the state to make it happen. View Story | Download Photo
Pro-life advocates gather during a Love Life rally for worship and prayer in Charlotte, N.C., on July 27. View Story | Download Photo
Joshua Crutchfield View Story | Download Photo
United Nations Command Chaplain Army Col. Sam Lee performs a blessing of sacrifice and remembrance on the 55 cases of remains returned by North Korea at Osan Air Base, South Korea, July 27, 2018. Lee, a Southern Baptist chaplain who has been stationed in South Korea since April of this year, also prayed with aircraft crew members before they flew to North Korea to pick up the remains earlier the same day. View Story | Download Photo
United Nations Command returned 55 cases of remains from North Korea, to Osan Air Base, South Korea, July 27, 2018. Members of the command and the Osan community were on hand at the arrival ceremony. View Story | Download Photo
Students from Prestonwood Baptist Church in metro Dallas talk with a homeless woman on the streets of New York City. The conversation happened as part of a one-day challenge to "see" and engage with people who might be vulnerable to human trafficking and exploit. View Story | Download Photo
Groups of students from Prestonwood Baptist Church in metro Dallas talk with people in the subways of New York City as part of a challenge from Let My People Go, an organization that teaches churches how to fight human trafficking by reaching out to those most vulnerable. View Story | Download Photo
Raleigh Sadler, executive director of Let My People Go, leads students from Prestonwood Baptist Church in metro Dallas through a morning orientation on human trafficking before sending them out into the city to talk with people who might be vulnerable to exploitation. View Story | Download Photo
Fairview Baptist Church pastor Mike Rice testifies Sunday, Aug. 12, from behind the pulpit where he collapsed after his heart stopped beating two months ago. View Story | Download Photo
Keith Shorter View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley, and his wife, Rhonda, spent their summer vacation in North and South Dakota. Instead of just seeing sites like Mount Rushmore, the Kelley’s visited with pastors and church planters to our encouragement and learn about how God is working in the Dakotas. View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley, right, and his wife, Rhonda, visit with Bill and Pat Martin in Hot Springs, S.D. Bill Martin is a church planter at Joy Community Fellowship, SBC. Martin and his family also operate a radio station to help spread the Gospel in the Dakotas. View Story | Download Photo
Billboards advertising Pastor Greg Laurie's SoCal Harvest crusade were removed from two Southern California malls following complaints they were offensive. View Story | Download Photo
Tim Tebow, right, and his brother Robby are executive producers of an upcoming faith-based film, "Run the Race." View Story | Download Photo
LeeWood Thomas, right, co-founder of the Arkansas Society of Freethinkers, speaks during the Satanic Temple's Rally for the First Amendment Aug. 16 on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock. View Story | Download Photo
Dozens attend an Aug. 16 "Rally for the First Amendment," hosted by the Satanic Temple on the steps of the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock. During the rally, members of the Satanic Temple unveiled a statue of the occult idol Baphomet, which the organization intends to place on the grounds of the Capitol in protest of a 10 Commandments monument that is currently located on the grounds. View Story | Download Photo
From the submissive surrender of her "Amazing Grace" to the womanly exclamations of "Respect" and other provocative hits, the late queen of soul Aretha Franklin is widely remembered for the gospel music foundations she learned at her father's Baptist church. View Story | Download Photo
Aretha Franklin, 1942-2018 View Story | Download Photo