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Nineteen Kentucky Baptists arrived in St. Thomas on Sunday afternoon to face some “extremely challenging” working conditions on the tiny Caribbean island, devastated by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. View Story | Download Photo
David Jeremiah View Story | Download Photo
Phil Boatwright View Story | Download Photo
Four-year-old Holden Roberts sold pumpkins to raise $400 for disaster relief after seeing news report featuring a little girl whose family had taken shelter from Hurricane Irma. View Story | Download Photo
This is the cutine View Story | Download Photo
Rosie Montoya (izquierda), quien nació en México, y Sue Thompson, quien no podía hablar español, encontraron un llamado como colíderes de la escuela de Inglés como Segundo Idioma de su iglesia. View Story | Download Photo
Este monumento de los Diez Mandamientos en una exhibición de la historia de los EE. UU. En el césped del Ayuntamiento de Bloomfield, N.M., tendrá que ser eliminado. El Tribunal Supremo de los EE. UU. Declinó el 16 de octubre para escuchar la apelación de la ciudad de un fallo del tribunal inferior que ordena su eliminación. View Story | Download Photo
Col. Leland B.H. Bohannon y su familia. View Story | Download Photo
Jack Noble, (from left to right) the on-site disaster relief coordinator in Puerto Rico, Luiz Zapata, pastor Henry Ajo, Freddie Abdul, and Sam Porter, the North American Mission Board's national director for disaster relief, oversee the delivery of 50 pallets of supplies that arrived in Puerto Rico on Oct. 8. View Story | Download Photo
Johnny Baez, pastor of Iglesia Bautista Familia Santurce in San Juan, Puerto Rico, speaks with those who have come to his church to receive food and water. After Hurricane Maria struck, people came to Baez's church seeking help. Baez felt he couldn't sit back and do nothing. Now, he is feeding people and sharing the Gospel with those who visit. View Story | Download Photo
An airplane full of 50 pallets of supplies arrived on Oct. 8. Those 50 pallets contain supplies going to pastors and churches to help them serve their communities. View Story | Download Photo
President George W. Bush responds to the appreciation of a Union University audience at this year's scholarship banquet where he was the featured speaker. Behind Bush is Union's president, Samuel W. "Dub" Oliver. Photo courtesy of Union University Samuel W. "Dub" Oliver. View Story | Download Photo
The North American Mission Board (NAMB) celebrated a record-high Annie Armstrong Easter Offering yesterday (Oct. 19). Kevin Ezell, president of NAMB, welcomed James Roberson to share a portrait of how NAMB missionaries serve. James and his wife Natarsha moved their family from Atlanta to Brooklyn in obedience to God’s call to plant a church. The Robersons have three daughters, Leah (left), Faith and Sophia. View Story | Download Photo
Orville Griffin View Story | Download Photo
During their Oct. 15-17 meetings, both trustees and supporters of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary were updated on institutional developments -- namely the seminary's capital campaign being launched in the spring of 2018 to enhance the on-campus experience by adding a welcome center and dining hall. View Story | Download Photo
The Louisiana Singing Ministers and Singing Women sing during New Orleans Seminary’s Founders’ Day chapel service Oct. 3, helping launch a year-long celebration of NOBTS’ centennial year. Photo by Boyd Guy View Story | Download Photo
Paige Patterson (left) and Fisher Humphreys debated the atonement on Oct. 19, 1987, before 300 students and faculty at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. View Story | Download Photo
Jana Magruder (right), director of LifeWay Kids, interviews Raechel Myers (left) and Amanda Bible Williams (center) from at the ETCH 2017 conference. View Story | Download Photo
Jana Magruder, director of LifeWay Kids, speaks to attendees at the ETCH 2017 conference. View Story | Download Photo