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Production workers at Sweet Shop USA have shifted from cutting and decorating intricate pieces of chocolate to assembling face shields to protect health care workers. View Story | Download Photo
When the owners of Sweet Shop USA began spreading the word that the company could assemble facial shields for health care workers, they pre-sold almost 300,000 in the first three days. View Story | Download Photo
"We're not looking to get into another business at all," said Sweet Shop USA owner Angie Moss. "We love chocolate, but the Lord has made this possible for us. He gave us the idea, and He has provided the tools. We have the connections, and we have the labor and the staff to do it." View Story | Download Photo
Willie McLaurin View Story | Download Photo
Children of missionaries David and Sarah McNeill, serving in Colombia, made notes of hope to encourage the neighbors in their apartment building during the coronavirus quarantine. View Story | Download Photo
David and Sarah McNeill are IMB missionaries in Colombia from Faith Baptist Church of Youngsville, N.C. They currently lead a one-month old church with two Venezuelan church planter families. The church is continuing to meet remotely during Colombia's mandatory quarantine. David and Sarah's children are Emma (14), JJ (8), Holly (5) and Bella (12). View Story | Download Photo
Bella McNeill prepares a surprise to encourage anxious neighbors View Story | Download Photo
"Our kids were home and it was a good way to include them in serving our neighbors," Sarah McNeill said. "Just trying to be a blessing." View Story | Download Photo
Bridge Community Church, a Southern Baptist Church plant in New York City, collects medical supplies for those on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. The church is providing the supplies to two local hospitals, Elmhurst and Mount Sinai Queens, both heavily impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. View Story | Download Photo
Volunteers with Graffiti Church in New York City hand out meals to people in need in the city over the weekend. Last week, Send Relief provided more than 6,000 family meals to Graffiti through the Appalachia Ministry Center, and an additional 6,000 meals for Graffiti 2, another Southern Baptist church in the city. View Story | Download Photo
Dwight Horrell of Haw Bluff Baptist Church in Ivanhoe, N.C. teaches his Sunday School class through an online video meeting. View Story | Download Photo
Lt. Col. Yorlondo "Lonny" Wortham, a Southern Baptist and the Joint Forces chaplain for the state of Maryland, helped to pack and distribute produce items to those in need in Baltimore. Maryland Army National Guard chaplains organized a COVID-19 response team to help City of Refuge Baltimore, a non-profit organization, distribute food March 26. View Story | Download Photo
Maj. Wayne Stinchcomb (left), a Southern Baptist chaplain, passed out groceries to those in need in Baltimore. View Story | Download Photo
Members of the Maryland Army National Guard's 224th Medical Company Area Support, headquartered in Olney, Md., set up a tent outside the emergency room at Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center in Silver Spring, Md. March 19 to assist in emergency triage. Guard troops from around the nation are being activated to assist with similar missions and Southern Baptist chaplains are among those deploying with them. View Story | Download Photo
Bill Britt teaches in Kenya, through his organization, Compel Outreach International. View Story | Download Photo
For more than 20 years, the Traveler's Chapel has been a refuge for truckers who work long hours away from home. View Story | Download Photo
A Gospel message stored on an iPhone is being broadcast on a continuous loop 24 hours a day via a short-range FM transmitter. View Story | Download Photo
O. S. Hawkins View Story | Download Photo
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is including churches and houses of worship in his list of essential services under his latest COVID-19 safety protocols. View Story | Download Photo