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Erich Bridges View Story | Download Photo
Andrés Laracuente, sembrador de iglesias portorriqueño, aparece aquí con su esposa Rosa y sus tres hijos. Laracuente está plantando la Iglesia Bautista Metro en Carolina, localizada en el área metropolitana de San Juan. El nuevo esfuerzo SEND Puerto Rico de la Junta de Misiones Norteamericanas (NAMB) ayudará a que misioneros como Laracuente se unan con iglesias en los Estados Unidos que quieran involucrarse en alcanzar a la isla con el evangelio. View Story | Download Photo
David Platt les dijo a los misioneros y al personal de IMB el 12 de febrero que deja la presidencia de la entidad de la SBC. View Story | Download Photo
U.S. women's hockey player Gigi Marvin, in her third Olympics, reflects her passion for "having a relationship with God and letting Jesus work through you." View Story | Download Photo
David Platt (derecha, con camisa amarilla), como presidente de la Junta Internacional de Misiones y anteriormente como pastor, regularmente ha predicado en entornos extranjeros con el objeto de compartir el evangelio con las naciones. View Story | Download Photo
Anthony Watson -- the first skeleton racer from Jamaica ever to qualify for the Olympics -- enjoys a visit with members of the media in Pyeongchang. View Story | Download Photo
SBC President Steve Gaines speaks to editors of Baptist state publications during their annual meeting held Feb. 12-15 in Galveston, Texas. View Story | Download Photo
El senador James Lankford, republicano de Oklahoma, bautista del sur, estuvo entre los otros líderes, pastores, y senadores estadounidenses el 7 de febrero que instaron al Congreso y al presidente Trump a promulgar con presteza un recurso para los inmigrantes indocumentados que fueron traídos a Estados Unidos cuando eran niños.  View Story | Download Photo
U.S. Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla, sets forth key immigration reform elements in addressing Senate deliberations Feb. 12. View Story | Download Photo
First Southern Baptist Church pastor Shane Hall (right) is joined by children's minister Neal Livingston in baptizing Hall's 10-year-old daughter Mallory. View Story | Download Photo
First Southern Baptist Church pastor Shane Hall baptized his youngest daughter Mallory on Feb. 11. View Story | Download Photo
Shane and Misty Hall at their 2001 wedding. View Story | Download Photo
Shane Hall sits with daughters Mallory (left) and Maci in 2015. View Story | Download Photo
A cross-denominational prayer vigil was hosted by Parkridge Church after the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Fla., in which 17 were killed and 14 injured. View Story | Download Photo
Scripture is read in English, Spanish and French by leaders of a cross-denominational prayer vigil hosted by Parkridge Church after the Feb. 14 school shooting in Parkland, Fla. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Paul Turner of First Baptist Church in Clinton, Tenn., told the congregation Scripture "never compromises with sin" the week after he was beaten by segregationists. View Story | Download Photo
Curtis Woods View Story | Download Photo
Two Olympic veterans -- Baptists Marty Youngblood (left) and Sid Hopkins from Georgia -- use the popular pin trading tradition at the Winter Games to tell the Gospel story. View Story | Download Photo
The popular pin trading tradition at the Olympics encompasses pins from past Games in places like Sochi, Rio de Janeiro and Atlanta as well as sport-specific pins depicting soccer, figure skating and gymnastics and corporate pins bearing the logos of Coca-Cola, McDonald's and others. View Story | Download Photo
Charles Octavius Boothe (1845-1924). View Story | Download Photo
Kelly Clark, seeking another Olympic medal in the women's halfpipe, settled for fourth place in Pyeongchang. ] View Story | Download Photo
Sorrow and tears for the 17 victims of the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., permeate a prayer vigil Thursday evening in the local Pine Trails Park. View Story | Download Photo
The pin designed by Sid Hopkins uses colors that represent the Gospel story. View Story | Download Photo