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Randy Covington, executive director of the Alaska Baptist Convention, sets forth a "Vision Plan for a New Tomorrow" to 120-plus messengers at the annual meeting in Wasilla. View Story | Download Photo
Alaska Baptists voted to undergo a major structural change by replacing their current four associations clustered around concentrations of churches with six regions, each with a regional facilitator available to even the most remote locations. View Story | Download Photo
On Monday, Oct. 1, Kevin Ezell announced a record-breaking Annie Armstrong Easter Offering during a celebration dinner with trustees of the North American Mission Board. This year's offering eclipsed $60 million for the first time, coming in at $61.1 million. NAMB View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptists of Texas Convention volunteer Monte Furrh, left, of Boyd Baptist Church in Bonham, Texas, talks with homeowner Jasper Greg Rogers, who attends First Baptist Church Dillon, S. C. Rogers lost all his belongings and was displaced when his home took on six feet of water from Hurricane Florence. A four-man mud-out team tore out sheetrock in some rooms up to the ceiling. View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteer David Carver of Cedar Grove Baptist Church in Cerro Gordo, N.C., shares a devotion with volunteers from South Carolina and Texas at First Baptist Church Dillon, S.C. View Story | Download Photo
El camino al servicio misionero en España comenzó hace ocho años para Stephen y Kimberly Park, enviado por la Iglesia de la Comunidad de Saddleback Valley en California, con una simple oración: "Dios nos use para hacer lo que sea necesario para alcanzar a uno más para Jesús". View Story | Download Photo
El Comité Ejecutivo de la Convención Bautista del Sur está organizando la disponibilidad de nuevas habitaciones de hotel cerca del Complejo de Convenciones Birmingham-Jefferson antes de la Reunión Anual de SBC de 2019. View Story | Download Photo
El presidente saliente de la Junta de Misiones Internacionales, David Platt, instó a los fideicomisarios el 26 de septiembre a "elevarse por encima de" la política de la CBS y enfocarse en alcanzar los 2.8 mil millones de personas perdidas en el mundo. View Story | Download Photo
Philip Ryken, president of Wheaton College, presented the annual E.Y. Mullins Lectures on Christian Preaching at Southern Seminary. His four lectures addressed the foundations for and applications of preaching Jesus Christ from the Old Testament. View Story | Download Photo
El presidente del Seminario Teológico Bautista de Nueva Orleans, Charles S. "Chuck" Kelley Jr., anunció su plan de jubilarse al final del año académico en curso durante la capilla del Día de los Fundadores el 2 de octubre. View Story | Download Photo
North American Mission Board trustees voted to make Dhati Lewis (right) vice president of Send Network, NAMB's church planting ministry arm. Lewis has served in Send Network for several years under the leadership of Jeff Christopherson who is relocating to Canada to be closer to his ailing mother. View Story | Download Photo
During the North American Mission Board's celebration dinner in New York City, NAMB president Kevin Ezell, holding microphone, welcomed several New York City church planting missionaries and their families to introduce them to trustees. View Story | Download Photo
IMB missionary Russell Woodbridge (left) talks with a student at Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary. Through the seminary, Woodbridge trains Ukrainian believers -- many of whom have been displaced by war in eastern Ukraine -- to plant churches among the unreached. Your gifts through the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering make it possible for Woodbridge to train Ukrainian believers in gospel work. View Story | Download Photo
The Big Fun Brass Band leads a jazz procession -- that includes New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary President Chuck Kelley and his wife Rhonda -- from the seminary's chapel quad to the front of campus before the NOBTS officials unveiled a new historical marker. View Story | Download Photo
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary trustee chairman Frank Cox, left, unveils a new historical marker on the seminary campus along with Chuck and Rhonda Kelley. The unveiling marked the official end to the seminary year-long centennial celebration. View Story | Download Photo
North Carolina Baptists on Mission volunteer Chuck Hale of Englewood Baptist Church in Rocky Mount shows William Cunniff, 89, his old Marine Corps uniform that was soaked by floodwaters from Hurricane Florence. Hale and seven other volunteers helped Cunniff sort through items to salvage amid tear-out of his flood-damaged home of 20 years. "It's his stuff and you have to respect that," Hale said. "I told him I am here to help you." View Story | Download Photo
Jenna Hoffman (left) and Marissa Carraway, two employees from East Carolina University, sweep after tearing up flooring at William Cunniff’s flood-damaged home in New Bern, N.C. They worked alongside a Southern Baptist Disaster Relief team for the day with two other volunteers from their university to help Cunniff, a Marine veteran, begin to restore his home. View Story | Download Photo
Tyler Newman and Ken Cruz of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. carry out damaged plywood from a flood-damaged home in Trenton, N.C. They worked for six days on a complete tear-out with four other members from their church alongside volunteers from North Carolina. View Story | Download Photo
North Carolina Baptists on Mission feeding unit volunteers Skip Alexander (left) of Trinity Baptist Church in Mooresville and Richard Saltz of Mountain View Baptist in Hickory carry Cambros for the next meal to be delivered by American Red Cross emergency vehicles. Their Manna One mobile kitchen, operating from Temple Baptist Church, has been serving meals to the New Bern community since Sept. 16. They are still preparing meals to fulfill American Red Cross requests and for volunteers. For three weeks, they also offered carry-out and drive through meals for the community. The meal count averaged about 20,000 per day in the first week of the response and is down to about 4,000 as people have returned to their homes and have power. View Story | Download Photo
An elementary student in Clemson, S.C., shared her Bible with classmates in a Facebook photo reposted by Focus on the Family. View Story | Download Photo
This Riverside, Mo., Fellowship of Christian Athletes tweeted a photo proclaiming their Bibles as their "weapon of choice." View Story | Download Photo
Luis R. Lopez View Story | Download Photo
The Senate narrowly moved Friday (Oct. 5) toward a final vote on Brett Kavanaugh with his confirmation to the Supreme Court seemingly assured after a commitment later in the day from moderate Republican Sen. Susan Collins to support the nominee. View Story | Download Photo