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R. Albert Mohler Jr., who reached 25 years of service as Southern Seminary's president last year, addresses his 52nd commencement among the 223 in the 160-year history of the seminary. View Story | Download Photo
Chuck Kelley, president of New Orleans Seminary, presides over his last commencement on May 18. Kelley, who has led the seminary for 23 years, will retire on July 31. View Story | Download Photo
Kay Bennett (right) accepted the 2018 Director’s Community Leadership Award on May 3 from FBI Director Christopher Wray. Bennett is a Send Relief missionary with the North American Mission Board who operates the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans. View Story | Download Photo
Josh and Christi Straub, who both serve as marriage and family coaches, have authored a new study to help families discover the fruit of the Spirit and explore practical ways to live out the fruit of the Spirit together. View Story | Download Photo
Kathy Branzell View Story | Download Photo
Ronnie Floyd View Story | Download Photo
Kevin Cox (left) and Chad Welch (right) are the first two graduates to come out of Southeastern Seminary’s Hunt Scholars Program, which began in 2015 as a way for those called to the pastorate to receive both their B.A. and M.Div. in as little as five years. View Story | Download Photo
International Mission Board President Paul Chitwood responds to an external examination of IMB’s handling of past allegations of abuse and sexual harassment with an apology to victims and a pledge for the future. IMB trustees heard the report Wednesday (May 22) during their board meeting in Richmond, Va. View Story | Download Photo
Kathryn Nash, leader of the examination task force from Gray Plant Mooty (GPM), presents findings from the firm’s external examination during an International Mission Board trustee plenary session Wednesday, May 22. View Story | Download Photo
David Beauchamp, an International Mission Board trustee, prays in response to an external examination update trustees received during their May board meeting in Richmond, Va.. View Story | Download Photo
While undergoing aggressive treatments for cancer in the U.S., the late Gena Wilson’s message stayed the same: "Cancer is not my biggest problem. Jesus has already taken care of my biggest problem, so the best is yet to come." View Story | Download Photo
In a local restaurant in Scotland, missionary Gena Wilson laughed with Graeme McKelvie, whom she befriended as a youth and is now a law graduate of the University of Glasgow. View Story | Download Photo
"I'm in an area where God is providing opportunities for real, authentic, genuine relationships," said missionary Gena Wilson in Glasgow, Scotland. View Story | Download Photo
Gena Wilson, who died of cancer May 13, crossed the finish line of the 2014 New York Marathon with U.S. Army veteran Cedric King. A photo of King and Wilson at the finish was featured in the Nov. 6, 2014, issue of TIME magazine. Her mother, Betty Barton, and sister, Glenda Londono, both from Beaufort, S.C., walked part of the race with her. View Story | Download Photo
One person is displaced every two second globally, contributing to a crisis of 25.4 million refugees. View Story | Download Photo
A Refugee Loss Simulation exercise at Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, Tenn., encouraged participants to share Christ’s love with refugees. View Story | Download Photo
Marshal Ausberry View Story | Download Photo