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Noah’s Flood (depicted at Answers in Genesis’ Ark Encounter theme park) is a better explanation of an ancient mass extinction than global warming, says an evangelical paleontologist. View Story | Download Photo
Franklin Scott reflects on 29 years of multi-generational collegiate ministry at the University of Georgia. View Story | Download Photo
For Franklin Scott, mentoring has occurred in frequent encounters with some of the University of Georgia's 40,000 students. View Story | Download Photo
Students file into the Baptist Collegiate Ministry building for a final chapel service with Franklin Scott as their campus minister at the University of Georgia. View Story | Download Photo
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck just outside Anchorage, Alaska, Nov. 30. No fatalities or serious injuries were reported, but electricity was knocked out, roads broke apart and buildings were damaged. View Story | Download Photo
The Alaska earthquake was so strong it knocked over a dresser in a bedroom at Scott Belmore's house near Anchorage. Belmore is a Baptist campus minister at the University of Alaska, and he rushed to help neighbors in the immediate aftermath. View Story | Download Photo
Scott Belmore, a Baptist campus minister at the University of Alaska in Anchorage, lost the use of many items in his home, including dishes that shook out of kitchen cabinets and broke during one of the most powerful earthquakes to hit Alaska in the past half a century. View Story | Download Photo
Dana and Scott Belmore View Story | Download Photo
Southwestern graduates join their voices along with friends and family in worship before they walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. View Story | Download Photo
Bob Anderson View Story | Download Photo
A Dec. 10 fire destroyed Faith Chapel, the older sanctuary of First Baptist Church of Bossier City in Bossier City, La. View Story | Download Photo
Brad Jurkovich, pastor of First Baptist Church of Bossier City, led his congregation in prayer during Dec. 16 worship services in the main sanctuary spared by a Dec. 10 fire. View Story | Download Photo
Joy Bolton (center), retiring executive director of Kentucky WMU, visits with Sandy Wisdom-Martin (left), National WMU executive director, and Linda Cooper, National WMU president, during Bolton's retirement reception. View Story | Download Photo
Joy Bolton (right), longtime Kentucky WMU executive director, visits with her successor, Liz Encinia, who previously served as missional lifestyle strategist for WMU of Texas. View Story | Download Photo
Joy Bolton and her husband Lee join in congregational singing during her recent retirement celebration at First Baptist Church in Shelbyville, Ky. View Story | Download Photo
Phil Boatwright View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Wang Yi preaches at Early Rain Covenant Church earlier this year. View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Chancellor Chuck Kelley congratulates Gracie Robinson during the NOBTS commencement service Dec. 15. Robinson earned the master of arts in Christian education degree. View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary Chancellor Chuck Kelley shared about the commitment he and his wife Rhonda made to God after learning they could not have children. Kelley challenged the NOBTS graduating class to say "yes" to God even in a difficult calling. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Andrew Brunson, shown here during his two-year Turkish imprisonment, will address the 2019 SBC Pastors’ Conference on Christian persecution. View Story | Download Photo
James MacDonald, pictured here at the 2015 SBC Pastors’ Conference, has withdrawn from his speaking slot at next year’s Pastors’ Conference in Birmingham, Ala. View Story | Download Photo
Baby Luke Molette portrayed Jesus in a Nashville Christmas parade nativity scene sponsored by two Baptist churches. His mother Valerie Hayes depicted Mary, accompanied by Chuck Satterwhite who portrayed Jesus. View Story | Download Photo
Nashville First Baptist Church pastor Frank Lewis, at left, and First Baptist Church Capitol Hill pastor Kelly Miller Smith Jr. were honored for their racial unity leadership by Williamson College, which established two $10,000 scholarships in their names. View Story | Download Photo
Nashville First Baptist Church and First Baptist Church Capitol Hill joined together for a Christmas float in the Nashville 2018 Christmas parade. View Story | Download Photo