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Melanie Lenow View Story | Download Photo
When revitalizing a church, pastors need to focus on God's plan instead of being discouraged when people scowl at biblical preaching, said Andy Davis, senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Durham, N.C., and author of "Revitalize: Biblical Keys to Helping Your Church Come Alive Again." View Story | Download Photo
Brian Croft, senior pastor of Auburndale Baptist Church in Louisville, Ky., and senior fellow of Southern Seminary's Mathena Center for Church Revitalization, said church structure is important for the life of the congregation, and is built on proper authority and leadership. View Story | Download Photo
German pastor André Töws leads a Bible study in a ministry aiming for a new reformation in a country of empty churches suffering from liberal theology. View Story | Download Photo
German pastor André Töws credits Martin Luther with bringing the Bible back to the people. "Five hundred years after the Reformation," he reflects on the pervasive liberal theology in Germany, "we need to bring the people back to the Bible." View Story | Download Photo
Campton Baptist Church is embracing solar power as a means to help its community in eastern Kentucky, reduce their carbon footprint and save on energy costs. View Story | Download Photo
Chuck Lawless View Story | Download Photo
The Tin Man played by Zack Jarrell wins the heart of the Wicked Witch played by Morgan Crawford during the Baptist Collegiate Ministry's deaf-friendly musical "No Place Like Home" at the University of Georgia. Much of the cast learned American Sign Language specifically for their roles in the presentation. View Story | Download Photo
The Scarecrow charms Dorothy, played by Connor Griffin and Nikki Dhinoja, respectively, during a presentation of "No Place Like Home," a deaf-friendly musical performed by the Baptist Collegiate Ministries at the University of Georgia. View Story | Download Photo
Hope City, a North American Mission Board church plant in Lincoln, Neb., launched Aug. 20 and used the following day’s solar eclipse as an opportunity for outreach. View Story | Download Photo
Doyle Pennington View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines, third from left, participated in a panel discussion on race and the SBC, hosted by Cornerstone Baptist Church pastor Dwight McKissic, center. Also shown are other panelists and program participants. View Story | Download Photo
Ronnie Floyd View Story | Download Photo
Earl Krumsiek (left), pastor of Hope Church in Tulsa, Okla., shares the joy of seven members who were baptized this summer. View Story | Download Photo
Earl Krumsiek (left) has nurtured Hope Church since his street corner preaching in 2004 among the homeless in downtown Tulsa, Okla. View Story | Download Photo
Ronnie Floyd View Story | Download Photo
Doyle Pennington View Story | Download Photo
C.B. Scott, left, and Tim Searcy haven't let gray hair hinder them from ministry in the impoverished Appalachian region. View Story | Download Photo
Instructor Dawn Rush (center) teaches Bible journaling techniques to Sharon Price ( left), who attends Trinity Presbyterian Church in Murfreesboro, Tenn.; Kim Swor (standing), who attends World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro; and Amy Hofstra (seated) of Woodbury, who attends New Vision Baptist Church in Murfreesboro. View Story | Download Photo
During a Bible journaling workshop, this Bible is displayed with blocks of color blended with stamps, stickers and handwritten notes to emphasize portions of Scripture. View Story | Download Photo
Maiduguri, the capital city of Borno in northeastern Nigeria, is a frequent site of suicide bombings, increasingly carried out by young girls captured and used by Boko Haram. A suicide bomber detonated a vest in February in Maiduguri while in a convoy of civilian trucks, part of an attack that killed 11 people, UNICEF reported. View Story | Download Photo
After enjoying a successful career playing football at Boyle County High School, the University of Kentucky, and nine years in the NFL, Jacob Tamme, shown here with wife Allison at Kroger Field in Lexington, is an unrestricted free agent. Living on the family farm in Danville, Ky., Tamme says God has a plan for his family, which may or may not include more football. View Story | Download Photo
Tennessee pastor Steve Gaines, president of the Southern Baptist Convention (right) prays for Butch Jones, head coach at the University of Tennessee, during a faith and football night at Second Baptist Church in Union City. A separate outreach event featured former Tennessee head football coach Phillip Fulmer. View Story | Download Photo