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Lauren Daigle View Story | Download Photo
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Five years ago, Donna Gaines launched ARISE2Read, a faith-based literacy program for second graders in the greater Memphis and Jackson areas. View Story | Download Photo
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Bart Physioc View Story | Download Photo
Students participating in the 2017 World Changers outreach in Nashville painted a wooden fence at Cottage Cove Urban Ministries. View Story | Download Photo
World Changers 2017 summer volunteers complete yard work at a Nashville residence. View Story | Download Photo
Volunteers in the 2017 World Changers mission outreach in Nashville signed their names on a stone marker after completing a gardening project. View Story | Download Photo
Former special ops pilot Tim Morgan, now military contractor and Kentucky Baptist pastor, is shown here during a tour in Iraq with one of the helicopters he used to get servicemen into and out of hot spots. View Story | Download Photo
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Micah Fries, senior pastor of Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tenn., and his wife Tracy, with their children (from left) Sarah Grace, Haddon and Kessed Noel, had just finalized Haddon's adoption in Lesotho and were volunteering in a drought relief food distribution by Baptist Global Response and Global Hunger Relief. View Story | Download Photo
Volunteer workers distributed bags of mealie (corn meal), oil and beans to drought-stricken mountain villagers in Lesotho in January. Among the workers were Micah Fries, senior pastor of Brainerd Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tenn., and his family who had adopted their son Haddon. View Story | Download Photo
Religious freedom advocates praised Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's defense of religious freedom upon the release of an annual report Tuesday (Aug. 15). View Story | Download Photo
Alvin Edwards, pastor of Mount Zion First African Baptist in Charlottesville, Va., delivered the eulogy for Heather Heyer, a victim of white supremacist violence stemming from an Aug. 12 protest. View Story | Download Photo
The first meeting of the SBC's task force on soul winning and personal evangelism was "wide-ranging" and "passionate," according to reports by attendees. View Story | Download Photo
Jimmy Scroggins makes a presentation to the SBC's task force on soul winning and evangelistic preaching during the group's Aug. 14-15 meeting in Fort Worth, Texas. View Story | Download Photo