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When Alaska pastor Rob Scott and his family hunted and killed a moose, it provided about 400 pounds of meat to offset their grocery bill in a rural area where supplies are costly. The nation’s most sparsely populated state has a "dire need" for committed pastors, Scott says. View Story | Download Photo
Randy Covington, executive director of the Alaska Baptist Convention, said the frontier state's difficult circumstances make finding church leaders challenging, but when the call of God is strong and heeded, fruitful ministry is possible. View Story | Download Photo
The Draper Tower began to collapse at approximately 9:30 a.m. CST Jan. 6 following detonation of some 600 pounds of explosives. View Story | Download Photo
The former campus of LifeWay Christian Resources was enveloped in a cloud of dust after Draper Tower fell. View Story | Download Photo
The demolition of Draper Tower made way for part of a mixed-use development known as Nashville Yards. When completed, the development will span the land where LifeWay’s former nine-building campus sat. View Story | Download Photo
FEMA has announced a 30-day application window for houses of worship to seek federal disaster aid funds following Hurricane Harvey, which struck the Gulf Coast in August. View Story | Download Photo
Doug Metzger View Story | Download Photo
(Left to right) Steve Reach, Dan Grader, Laura Nightengale and Larry Davis split and move wood into the "wood corral" at Antioch Baptist Church in the mountains of north Georgia. The Blairsville church has provided wood to those in need for nearly 10 years. Photo by Duane Manders/Antioch Baptist Church View Story | Download Photo
Nick Cline (far left), son of George Cline, pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in north Georgia, joins others for a Dec. 2 work day to saw wood donated to the church for splitting. Beside Cline, Tim Nightengale operates a chainsaw (not seen) while men's ministry coordinator Paul Clark loads wood with a tractor as Gary Cook, a deacon, assists. View Story | Download Photo
Freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa gave thanks to God in a post-game interview after leading the Alabama Crimson Tide to win college football's national championship. Pastor David McKinley writes that church leaders must "take a risk on a generation who have little game time but are willing and able to be 'all in.'" View Story | Download Photo
David H. McKinley View Story | Download Photo
GuideStone Financial Resources will relocate to new office space, about 10 miles north of their current location in Dallas. View Story | Download Photo
Jose Ocampo shared about his life during a recent trip to Capitol Hill to urge lawmakers to protect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipients. View Story | Download Photo
A Dallas middle school's call for male mentors to attend a "Breakfast With Dads" event resulted in a deluge of volunteers. View Story | Download Photo
Volunteers guided boys at a Dallas middle school through a variety of activities, including a tutorial on tying a necktie. More than 600 men responded to a local pastor's call for volunteers. View Story | Download Photo
Short but torrential rains caused mudslides that killed at least 15 and injured 25 others in Southern California. Land parched by December wildfires was too charred to remain stable, officials said. View Story | Download Photo
Pastor, seminary professor & influential mentor Bill Bennett Sr. (left) died Thursday (Jan. 11) at age 93. View Story | Download Photo
Mike Gonzales View Story | Download Photo