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Edgar Aponte View Story | Download Photo
Rep. Brooks Hays, D-Ark., served as SBC president from 1956-58. View Story | Download Photo
Brooks Hays (right) helped arrange a meeting between Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus (center) and U.S. President Dwight Eisenhower when conflict arose over the desegregation of a Little Rock high school. View Story | Download Photo
In 1957, President Dwight Eisenhower called in troops from the Army’s 101st Airborne Division to ensure the desegregation of Central High School in Little Rock, Ark. View Story | Download Photo
The 65-member strong First Baptist Church of Provo, Utah looks beyond its walls to spread the Gospel through the four church plants it currently has underway. View Story | Download Photo
A recent church planter ordination at First Baptist Church in Provo, Utah included church members, friends and family of Joe Concepcion, Zach Thompson, and Caleb Murdock, who were ordained into the Gospel ministry. A fourth church planter, Kirk Shull, was already ordained when he came to the church. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor Russ Robinson View Story | Download Photo
The Edwards Family View Story | Download Photo
Eastern Kentucky resident Marlana VanHoose will perform at the presidential inaugural concert in Washington, D.C., on Thursday. Last July, she wowed delegates at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. View Story | Download Photo
Michael Farris View Story | Download Photo
Chuck Lawless View Story | Download Photo
Dr. Robert Jackson with a young patient at his Spartanburg, S.C., practice. View Story | Download Photo
"It made sense to commute a part of" Bradley Manning’s prison sentence, President Obama said Jan. 18. View Story | Download Photo
Ronnie Floyd View Story | Download Photo
Edgar Aponte View Story | Download Photo
Lloyd Harsch, a member of this year's Electoral College, received phone calls, a fax, 90,000 emails and about 2,000 letters from distraught voters following a volatile presidential election. Harsch is also a history professor at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. View Story | Download Photo
Lloyd Harsch View Story | Download Photo