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In Aleppo, Syria, and other regions where Christian communities face severe persecution is depicted in the new movie, "Christians in the Mirror." View Story | Download Photo
Patrick Carberry, a former FBI intelligence analyst supervisor who initiated the new film "Christians in the Mirror," wants to raise awareness that persecuted believers around the world often are facing “basically genocide." Photo submitted View Story | Download Photo
Producer-director Jordan Allott, on location in Juba, South Sudan, aims for "Christians in the Mirror" to stir the church's concern for believers in regions of intense persecution. Photo submitted View Story | Download Photo
Longtime missionary Nik Ripken is focused on stirring Christians to learn from the persecuted church. Those who fail to share their faith, he says, can be like persecutors of those who are perishing without the Gospel. View Story | Download Photo
Después de experimentar dos terremotos -- uno el 4 de julio seguido por un segundo el 5 de julio -- Immanuel Baptist Church, Ridgecrest, Calif., tuvo que cancelar los cultos del domingo. Partes del cielo raso cayeron en el edificio de la iglesia. Voluntarios de la iglesia habían limpiado mucho del daño del terremoto del 4 de julio solamente para que sus esfuerzos fueran borrados por el segundo terremoto. View Story | Download Photo
Musicians and artists frequent the famed Arbat walking street in Moscow. A popular pastime, most Russians love to gulyat ("go for a stroll") around the center of the city. View Story | Download Photo
Dirk Wunderlich (bottom row left) is pictured with his four children, and Robert Clarke (top row left), the director of European advocacy for Alliance Defending Freedom International. View Story | Download Photo
Tony Perkins View Story | Download Photo
After Judy Seiwert led Hector Esquivel to Christ on an airplane, her husband Art fixed Hector's truck in the early morning hours, beginning a long-lasting friendship. View Story | Download Photo
Hector Esquivel said his new birth during a conversation with Judy Seiwert on an airplane "was the Holy Spirit, of course, but she planted that seed in me." View Story | Download Photo
A student converses in sign language at a school for the Deaf in Thailand. Through Southern Baptist support, IMB missionaries live in Thailand where they share God’s Word with the Deaf -- resulting in their eternally transformed lives. View Story | Download Photo
Stewart Holloway, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Pineville, La., spoke via Facebook Live from his dining room table alongside his wife Rebecca as Hurricane Barry inundated the state on July 14. View Story | Download Photo
Clay Smith and his wife Terrica have three children -- Madison, Molly, and Miller. The search team for Johnson Ferry Baptist Church, Marietta, Ga., announced Sunday (July 14) that North Carolina pastor Clay Smith will preach in view of a call on Aug. 4. He is seeking to occupy the pulpit previously filled by former Southern Baptist Convention President Bryant Wright. View Story | Download Photo
Communications director David Roark was dropped as a speaker from a creative professionals conference because his employer, The Village Church, teaches Bible-based views regarding gender. View Story | Download Photo
Members of the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary mission team pray for the residents of two squatter apartment complexes in central Athens. Refugees in Athens have few housing options and many occupy previously abandoned buildings as they await action on their immigration status. View Story | Download Photo
A woman sleeps on a bench near the Acropolis in Athens. Homelessness is common in the Greek capital and the problem is not limited to the refugee population. View Story | Download Photo
The digital sign at Trinity Baptist Church in Pineville, La., cautions drivers of the potential for flash flooding as a heavy rain shower passed through the area. Many parishes in south and central Louisiana were under a flash flood warning as the remnants of Hurricane Barry continued to dump up to 20 inches of rain. View Story | Download Photo
A large oak tree fell on this vacant house in Rapides Parish as remnants of Hurricane Barry passed through Louisiana on Sunday, July 14. View Story | Download Photo