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Chuck Lawless View Story | Download Photo
Jim Law, right, will serve as executive director of the North American Mission Board's (NAMB) Evangelism and Leadership group. NAMB president Kevin Ezell said of Law, "I could not be more thrilled to have him in this role." Law has served for nearly 28 years as executive pastor of First Baptist Church Woodstock, Ga. He will begin serving at NAMB Oct. 1. View Story | Download Photo
The Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf celebrated its 70th annual meeting with nearly 200 people from 20 states at Brentwood Baptist Deaf Church on the campus of Brentwood Baptist Church in Brentwood, Tenn. View Story | Download Photo
Dirk Hill (left), pastor of New Beginnings Deaf Fellowship in Tyler, Texas, and 91-year-old Ben Cox, a Deaf deacon for more than 50 years, were among the nearly 200 people who attended the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Conference of the Deaf in Brentwood, Tenn. View Story | Download Photo
U.S. Army Chaplain (Capt.) Jose Rondon currently serves at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri. Rondon has seen more than 1,400 professions of faith at Fort Leonard Wood since he started serving at the facility. View Story | Download Photo
Soldiers gather for a chapel service at Fort Leonard Wood in Missouri on July 29, 2018. U.S. Army Chaplain (Capt.) Jose Rondon serves as a chaplain at the facility. He has seen more than 1,400 soldiers come to faith since he started serving at Fort Leonard Wood. View Story | Download Photo
Two unidentified employees of the Relief and Annuity Board of the Southern Baptist Convention (now GuideStone Financial Resources) are shown in this 1930s-era photo, likely taken in the board’s offices on the 20th floor of the Tower Petroleum Building in downtown Dallas. View Story | Download Photo
William Lunsford, in establishing Southern Baptists' entity to aid retired pastors and widows in need, told messengers to the 1918 SBC annual meeting, "Give yourself wholeheartedly to the work. … If you grow old in the work, we'll comfort you in your declining years." View Story | Download Photo
The vision and mission of GuideStone Financial Resources is displayed on each employee's desk at the Southern Baptist entity based in Dallas. View Story | Download Photo
On Sunday (August 12), Saddleback church announced that 50,000 people had been baptized at the church during its 38 years of ministry. That number includes hundreds of people baptized this weekend at the church's 19 campuses. Photo courtesy of Saddleback View Story | Download Photo
An Aug. 12 interracial worship service in Charlottesville, Va., drew believers from some 20 evangelical churches around the theme "better together." View Story | Download Photo
Amid the weekend events, Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear released a statement along with SBC First Vice President A.B. Vines and Second Vice President Felix Cabrera declaring "the spirit of racism is antithetical to the gospel." View Story | Download Photo
Chaplain Jerry Scott Squires View Story | Download Photo
Alice Marie Johnson was released from prison after serving 20 years of a life sentence for a non-violent drug offense. But not before helping start a thriving prison ministry. View Story | Download Photo
James MacDonald, senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, kicked off LifeWay's Main Event conference for men held Aug. 10-11 at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn. View Story | Download Photo
Josh Straub, LifeWay's marriage and family strategist, speaks to men about leaving a godly legacy. View Story | Download Photo
Robbie Gallaty, senior pastor of Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn., prays over attendees at LifeWay's Main Event conference for men. View Story | Download Photo
Children get a bite to eat at a temporary migrant camp at Idomeni, Greece, near the Macedonian border. Aided by Southern Baptists, migrant Christians are sharing the hope of Jesus Christ with fellow migrant workers in southern Europe. View Story | Download Photo
The Food and Drug Administration building in Silver Spring, Md. | Creative Commons/FDA View Story | Download Photo
The largest fire in California history, the Mendocino Complex fire, has left locals in need of "an encourager and comforter," DOM Gregory Holmes said. View Story | Download Photo
Britton Gray, Yellowstone National Park's structural fire chief, responsible for 1,600 buildings, including lodging for 20,000 guests, serves as bivocational pastor of Gardiner Baptist Church near the north entrance to the nation's oldest park. Here he rests with his near-constant companion, fire dog Magoo. View Story | Download Photo
Linda Gray and Sue Oliver check some of the stuffed animals that have already been given for Gardiner Baptist Church's 2018 Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes. Gray is the wife of pastor Britton Gray; Oliver is the Montana church's supplies coordinator for the yearly project. View Story | Download Photo
Elk hold court at Montana's Gardiner Baptist Church. With just six members, the debt-free church -- located near Yellowstone National Park's north entrance -- is raising money for a two-story community building on its two acres in the town of 875 people. View Story | Download Photo
Members of Antioch Baptist Church gather at Boston’s Logan International Airport to send off two church couples for ministry – one to a former Soviet republic, the other to Fairbanks, Alaska. View Story | Download Photo
Christian cake artist Jack Phillips is in court again to defend his First Amendment right to freedom of religious expression. View Story | Download Photo