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Southeastern Seminary report
Photo by Kent Harville
Paige Patterson, right, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, N.C., interviews Kevin Apperson, a recent master of divinity degree graduate, June 18 during the annual SEBTS report to messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in the Phoenix Civic Center. Apperson stands with his wife, Elizabeth, and daughter, Rebecca Kate, and other recent graduates, including David Carns, background. Apperson, a church planter, started North Las Vegas Baptist Church in his home. Carns planted two Baptist churches, Sonrise and Whetstone, in Sierra Vista, Ariz.

Patterson presents SEBTS report
Photo by Kent Harville
Paige Patterson, president, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, N.C., presents his school's annual report June 18 to messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting, June 17-18 in the Phoenix Civic Center.

MWBTS honors slain IMB missionary doctor Martha Myers
Photo by Van Payne
Rick Evans, left, pastor of Delraida Baptist Church, Montgomery, Ala., accepts an honorary Alumnae of the Year award on behalf of the late medical doctor Martha Myers, who completed her 20 required seminary hours at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Mo. Philip Roberts, right, MWBTS president, made the presentation during the MWBTS alumni luncheon, June 18, during the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. Myers, whose family attends Evans' church, was one of three missionaries with the International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention who was killed at the Jibla hospital in Yemen Dec. 30, 2002. Although Myers received several awards posthumously, Evans said, "she would cherish none more than this one because you have acknowledged her calling, her ministry."

Hemphills get a prayerful sendoff
Photo by Matt Miller
Kenneth Hemphill, center, and his wife, Paula, are encircled by alumni of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary at the end of the SWBTS alumni luncheon, June 18, during the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting in Phoenix. Hemphill is leaving SWBTS in Fort Worth, Texas, after nine years as president to become the national strategist for a new SBC initiative, Empowering Kingdom Growth (EKG).

Speaking with the protesters
Photo by Matt Miller
Todd Miller, right, youth pastor at First Southern Baptist Church, Scottsdale, Ariz., speaks with Jacob Reitan, left, a member of Soulforce, Inc., as two of Miller's youth group members watch and listen. The Scottsdale group was walking across the Phoenix Civic Center plaza June 18 as messengers to the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meeting when they greeted the protesters, who have demonstrated at the past several SBC annual meetings.

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