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Un niño pequeño fue uno de los sobrevivientes cuando el Estado Islámico atacó a dos iglesias cristianas coptas durante los servicios del Domingo de Ramos el 9 de abril. View Story | Download Photo
Un miembro del equipo de misión de la Iglesia Bautista First de Memphis, Missouri, usa la tecnología para hacer amistad con niños en El Salvador. View Story | Download Photo
David Jeremiah View Story | Download Photo
Nowruz, Central Asia's two-week "new day" celebration is marked in many communities by dancing, like this festivity in Azerbaijan. View Story | Download Photo
Fire jumping often is a feature of Central Asia's "new day" Nowruz festivities in Iran and Azerbaijan. Fire, seen as cleansing and life-giving, is one of Zoroastrianism's most important symbols. View Story | Download Photo
The table where family and friends gather for "new day" Norwuz celebrations in Central Asia -– called the sofreh -- is always full of sweet treats, cakes and cookies. Families scrub their homes from top to bottom, clean out cabinets and beat their rugs in preparation for a holiday that symbolizes new beginnings. For Christians living in these cultures, the holiday offers an opportunity to share about new life in Christ. View Story | Download Photo
Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines preached on the priority of prayer at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary’s April 11 chapel service. View Story | Download Photo
Mensajeros reunidos el año pasado en la reunión anual de la Convención Bautista del Sur en St. Louis, Mo. View Story | Download Photo
The Wunderlich family View Story | Download Photo
Hank Hanegraaff View Story | Download Photo
Kevin Darr (second from right), who leads U-Turn for Christ in Oregon, celebrates the baptism of a resident of the men’s rehabilitation ministry in a river that runs through its property in Grants Pass. View Story | Download Photo
A 166-acre leased site is where U-Turn for Christ in southern Oregon aids men seeking to leave the ravages of life-controlling addictions that cut across cultures, gender, age and economic status. View Story | Download Photo
In this BP file photo, Yakubu Nkiki Maina, right, shows a newspaper spread of the missing girls to Open Doors USA advocacy director Kristin Wright, who met with him in September 2015. Other Chibok fathers are in the background. View Story | Download Photo
Randy C. Davis View Story | Download Photo
Violet Mosse-Brown, 117, a Jamaican Baptist, is now the world's oldest person. View Story | Download Photo
Trittonville Baptist Church in Jamaica has been the recipient of Violet Mosse-Brown's passion over the course of 117 years of life that make her the world's oldest person. View Story | Download Photo
Necati Aydin View Story | Download Photo
Tilmann Geske View Story | Download Photo