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When students in East Asia move to a city to go to college, many are able to hear the Gospel for the first time ever. Statistics put the number of university students in East Asia in the tens of millions. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Steve Ayers (left) stands with Hillvue Heights Church's 600th baptism on Aug. 4 along with Sunday School teacher Daniel McBride and children's leader Karen Turlock. View Story | Download Photo
Rhonda H. Kelley was the keynote speaker at the Connect Women’s Leadership Conference in Rockville, Va. "I can't serve until I've spent time in God's presence," Kelley told attendees during the Aug. 2-3 event. View Story | Download Photo
Mark MacDonald View Story | Download Photo
Mourners gather at a memorial to the victims in El Paso. View Story | Download Photo
Mike Flanagan, a chaplain with the Southern Baptists of Texas Convention Disaster Relief, poses with victim Jessica Garcia and her mother, Maria, at Del Sol hospital. Terry Bunch and Flanagan were able to pray with the family. View Story | Download Photo
Adron Robinson View Story | Download Photo
Gary Ranne (right), one of 120 volunteers in Sturgis, S.D., traveled from Euless,Texas, to evangelize among thousands of motorcycle rally attendees, extends an invitation to hear a 3-minute testimony to qualify for a drawing for a new Harley-Davidson. More than 100 people every three hours agree to listen. View Story | Download Photo
Dwayne Gamez (left) of Tucson, Ariz., registers an attendee at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally for a drawing for a new Harley-Davidson after he listened to a 3-minute testimony by a volunteer on how Christ has made a difference in his/her life. View Story | Download Photo
Garvon Golden (right), executive director of the Dakota Baptist Convention, and Mike Stewart, national president of F.A.I.T.H. Riders, shake hands as coordination of the evangelism outreach at the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally segues from the two-state convention to the motorcycle ministry which has chapters in more than 350 Southern Baptist churches. View Story | Download Photo
Students in Fruitland Baptist Church's Youth on Mission group write Scripture passages on lunch sacks for disaster relief workers to distribute to hurricane victims. View Story | Download Photo
Students involved in Youth on Mission at Fruitland Baptist Church have collected and packed supplies for such mission projects as "blessing bags" for the homeless and school supplies for children in Appalachia. View Story | Download Photo
According to Candi Mains, family life director at Fruitland Baptist Church in Hendersonville, N.C., watching the youth in her church's Youth on Mission group "help others and be active and excited about missions is a wonderful feeling." View Story | Download Photo
Linda Bradley, a longtime volunteer youth leader at Fruitland Baptist Church in Hendersonville, N.C., recently helped launch the church’s Youth on Mission group. Today’s youth "don't need to wait until tomorrow to do something to make a difference," she noted. View Story | Download Photo
Randy C. Davis, Tennessee Baptist Mission Board president and executive director, testifies during the Senate Study Committee on Monday Aug. 12, advocating senators advance SB 1236, a strongly pro-life bill that acknowledges life begins at conception. View Story | Download Photo
Hong Kong police used teargas and rubber bullets to disperse protesters across the city. View Story | Download Photo
Mountain Heights Baptist Church in Buena Vista, Colo., has partnered with volunteers from Blue Valley Baptist Church in Overland Park, Kan., for the last three years in a special week of outreach to whitewater rafting guides in the Rocky Mountain community. View Story | Download Photo
In addition to serving with her husband Matthew at Vermont’s Capital Community Church in Montpelier, Kathryn Nunnelley works part-time as the administrator of Anew Place, a transitional housing program in Burlington. View Story | Download Photo
Kathryn Nunnelley helps cook Capital Community Church's weekly church dinner in Montpelier, Vt. She and her husband Matthew "do basically whatever the church needs. Where gaps are, we fill them." View Story | Download Photo
The Kentucky Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Aug. 12 in the case of Blaine Adamson, owner of Hands On Originals apparel company, who will defend his decision to refuse to print T-shirts for a 2012 gay pride festival. View Story | Download Photo