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John Rosal from North Carolina adds his praise heavenward during a time of worship at the 2015 AVANCE gathering of Hispanic pastors and leaders in Columbus, Ohio. View Story | Download Photo
The late Don Jones (left) reconnected with old friends when Korean Baptists celebrated 60 years of Baptist work in their country. Jones and Cloyes Starnes greet a Korean friend prior to a luncheon in their honor. View Story | Download Photo
Chuck Lawless (right) and Keith Whitfield are part of a leadership restructuring at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary aimed at strengthening its emphasis on spiritual formation and prayer. View Story | Download Photo
Trustees of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary conduct business during their April 16-18 meeting at the Wake Forest, N.C., campus. View Story | Download Photo
"The world has never witnessed such a situation as this," Southern Baptists said of WWI in a report adopted at the 1918 SBC annual meeting. View Story | Download Photo
A minister baptizes WWI-era soldiers and others in the Trinity River at Camp Bowie in Fort Worth, Texas. View Story | Download Photo
A camp pastor speaks to American soldiers while passing out New Testaments and tracts during WWI. SBHLA photo View Story | Download Photo
A realtor, a mother of two teen daughters and 38 others at Cottage Hill Baptist Church responded to pastor Alan Floyd’s call for a special day of baptisms for the Mobile, Ala., congregation. View Story | Download Photo
Midwestern Seminary President, Jason Allen, and British scholar, Simon Gathercole, discuss the nature of Gathercole's work at Cambridge University in England during a luncheon held on April 18 in conjunction with Midwestern's annual Sizemore Lectures. View Story | Download Photo
For Christians in Islamic, Hindu and communist parts of the world, persecution also looms, though people in the West haven't yet faced its severity. View Story | Download Photo