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Un equipo de Aliento de Vida de New York dirigirá la adoración en Día Latino, un evento para hispanohablantes auspiciado por Respuestas en Génesis. View Story | Download Photo
Joe Owen (derecha), gerente de ministerio de AiG y director para Latinoamérica, viaja a través de Latinoamérica y participa en debates con profesores universitarios y enseña en conferencias. View Story | Download Photo
Voluntarios de alivio en desastres de los Bautistas del Sur de la Convención de Texas practicaron medidas de seguridad de COVID-19 mientras distribuían comidas de una unidad de alimentación el lunes (27 de julio) después de que el huracán Hanna causara extensos cortes de energía eléctrica. View Story | Download Photo
Will Dismukes resigned as pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church four days after giving the invocation July 25 at a birthday celebration for Nathan Bedford Forrest. View Story | Download Photo
Will Dismukes View Story | Download Photo
New believer Jordan Harris (center) celebrates his baptism at the Journey Church with Tom Wycuff (right), pastor of Journey's Orange City, Fla., location, and Luke Wycuff, worship team member. View Story | Download Photo
Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (left), Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (center), and Admiral Brett Giroir, U.S. assistant secretary for health (right), testify during a House Select Subcommittee hearing on the coronavirus Friday on Capitol Hill. View Story | Download Photo
Pastors gathered to pray in early June in Pioneer Square, the site of protests in downtown Portland that are still ongoing weeks later. View Story | Download Photo
Believers gathered at One Hope Church in Portland in June to pray for racial reconciliation. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Dan Panter, seen here with his wife Laurie, saw of the effectiveness of the Cooperative Program during his 24 years in the U.S. Navy. View Story | Download Photo
McKenzie Road Baptist Church in Olympia, Wash., donates 17 percent of its undesignated receipts though the Cooperative Program. "We believe in the Cooperative Program," Pastor Dan Panter says. "We preach it, teach it, talk it up on a regular basis." View Story | Download Photo
After ceasing in-person meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic, McKenzie Road Baptist is back to meeting in its building, with caveats. Half the chairs have been removed. The remainder have been positioned for single, double and triple sets, with generous space between each set. View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist Chaplain Randall (Randy) E. Kitchens, shown here with his wife Sherri, was approved by the U.S. Senate July 30 as the Air Force's 27th deputy chief of chaplains. He is the second consecutive Southern Baptist chaplain to hold the position. View Story | Download Photo
Brenda Gantt, 73, posted a video to Facebook March 29 showing how to make her buttermilk biscuits. The video has been viewed more than 3 million times and launched a makeshift cooking show that features Gantt sharing recipes, funny stories and the love of Jesus. View Story | Download Photo
FBC Tallassee pastor Derek Gentle meets Travis the camel, one of the 'guests' at a retirement celebration in Gentle's honor. Gentle retired Aug. 2 after 24 years as pastor. View Story | Download Photo
Through Send Relief, Southern Baptists have helped more than 900,000 people worldwide affected by the coronavirus to date. Churches' continued support of the Cooperative Program makes these and many other ministries possible. View Story | Download Photo
John Blackmon View Story | Download Photo