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Jesus is working "to reconcile the wild and wayward West unto Himself," Dave Arden writes, "and to create a unique legacy all His own" amid the region’s 77 million people. View Story | Download Photo
Frank Gillespie garnered all-conference honors in football, baseball and basketball at Clemson University (then-Clemson College) during the 1940s, earning 11 varsity letters, a school record, despite three and a half years in World War II. Gillespie, who died March 8 at age 94, later turned from a career with IBM to the ministry. View Story | Download Photo
Frank Gillespie, dead at 94, was a layman, pastor, college athlete and WWII veteran. View Story | Download Photo
David Jeremiah View Story | Download Photo
Disaster relief volunteer Karen Smith of Shepherdsville, Ky., has bonded with the people of LeSotho, Africa, where a drought has created severe food shortages. View Story | Download Photo
Lesotho residents receive 20-day food supplies during a Kentucky Baptist Convention disaster relief outreach to the drought-stricken country. View Story | Download Photo
Sammy Hammons, a volunteer disaster relief chaplain with the Kentucky Baptist Convention, distributes food in LeSotho, Africa, where half of the population is in need of food aid because of a drought. View Story | Download Photo
Kentucky Baptist Convention Disaster Relief Director Coy Webb (left) travelled to LeSotho in March, 2016 to assess food needs in the southern African country suffering drought. With him are a LeSotho resident and Baptist Global Response field strategist Jeff O’Loughlin (right). View Story | Download Photo
El Comité de Nominaciones de la CBS se reunió en Nashville el 16 y 17 de marzo para dialogar sobre los potenciales nominados para las juntas y comités, incluyendo a la Junta de Misiones Internacionales. View Story | Download Photo
Gerald Harris View Story | Download Photo
It was in this North African village where a slain father died in his son’s arms. As a refugee, the angry, tortured son’s journey took him to Bulgaria where he grappled with Jesus’ call to love one’s enemies in the Sermon on the Mount. View Story | Download Photo
El presidente de la ERLC, Russell Moore (derecha) -- fotografiado aquí en una conferencia de prensa en 2015 con el entonces presidente del comité de resoluciones de la CBS, Steve Gaines -- fue cumplimentado por Gaines a continuación de la divulgación de la extendida declaración el 20 de marzo: "En busca de unidad en la Convención Bautista del Sur." View Story | Download Photo
Neil Gorsuch categóricamente se negó a proveer comentarios tipo juez sobre asuntos como el aborto y el suicidio asistido en sus audiencias de confirmación, pero no fue renuente a explicar su fallo en un caso vital de libertad religiosa. View Story | Download Photo
Churches in the SBC have "definitely much more in common than we have apart," Jim Richards of the Southern Baptist of Texas Convention said in a chapel message at Southern Seminary, noting that "our heart and our soul" is "to be together." View Story | Download Photo
Mark Spradling assists children with crafts at a Vacation Bible School during a "Cajun Connection" mission trip to New Brunswick, Canada, sponsored by the Louisiana Baptist Convention. Spradling is a member of Bayou Vista Baptist Church in Morgan City. View Story | Download Photo
Steven Kelly (right), pastor of Bayou Vista Baptist Church in Morgan City, La., and Mark Spradling, a member of the church, present the Gospel during a Vacation Bible School in New Brunswick, Canada, as part of a Cajun Connection mission trip sponsored by the Louisiana Baptist Convention. View Story | Download Photo
Stephen Presley View Story | Download Photo
Peking duck at a local Chinese restaurant was Stefani Varner's "perfect culmination" as a college student "to four years of intentional relationship building with people from around the world." View Story | Download Photo
Among First Baptist Church's ramp building team are (from left) Jim Stevens, Sam Pagett, Asbury Dunn, Robert Whitworth, Kyle Branan and Bill Palmer. View Story | Download Photo
When smaller ramps such as this one are requested, First Baptist Church's ramp building team can sometimes build two in one day. View Story | Download Photo
Neil Gorsuch View Story | Download Photo
Steve Pitt, general counsel for Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, is leading the defense of Kentucky's ultrasound law. View Story | Download Photo