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Kevin Ezell, president of the North American Mission Board, speaks at the sold-out fourth annual Send North America Luncheon at the 2014 Southern Baptist Pastors' Conference. More than 3,000 Southern Baptist pastors and leaders were given a "tour" of Baltimore. Photo by John Swain
Aaron Coe, vice president for mobilization and marketing with the North American Mission Board, shares NAMB's desire to help pastors mobilize their congregation with a new book and small group study at the Send North America Luncheon prior to the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 10-11. The book, called Life On Mission, will be released this fall. An evangelistic tool called "3 Circles Life Conversation Guide" is currently available. Photo by John Swain
Danny Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, gives a report commending former SEBTS president Paige Patterson as the key leader in the seminary's transformation from a struggling institution to a Great Commission seminary. Photo by Matt Miller
Chuck S. Kelley, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, gives a report June 11 during the last session of the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting. He said NOBTS is shining the light of Jesus in a city that is largely unchurched and desperately needs the Gospel. The seminary is opening a counseling center to provide mental help to the community and introduce people to Jesus, Kelley said. He added that the seminary trained more than 3,800 students last year, has 10 online degrees and has the largest seminary extension center in the southeastern United States. Photo by Matt Miller
Paige Patterson, president of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, gives a report to messengers at the Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting during the last session of the two-day meeting. He said his seminary has a passion for reaching the lost and is experiencing unprecedented blessing. Southwestern's online program is growing, its students and faculty are involved in personal evangelism, and its financial standing is firm with recent gifts totaling $13 million. Photo by Matt Miller
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