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Judge Paul Pressler and Jason Allen (not pictured), president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, have a dialogue on "Reflections on the 1979 Southern Baptist Convention, the launch of the Conservative Resurgence and Recovery of a Denomination" during the MBTS luncheon June 12 on the last day of the SBC Annual Meeting in Houston. Photo by Heather Pendergraft View Photo

Jason Allen, president of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, dialogues with Judge Paul Pressler during the MBTS luncheon June 12 on the last day of the SBC annual meeting in Houston. The title of the program was "Reflections on the 1979 Southern Baptist Convention, the launch of the Conservative Resurgence and Recovery of a Denomination." Photo by Heather Pendergraft View Photo

Debby Akerman, president of the Woman’s Missionary Union, left, and Wanda Lee, executive director of the WMU, give a report celebrating the ministry's 125th anniversary. The presentation also included an announcement of the Join 1 Million Men anti-pornography campaign. Photo by Thomas Graham View Photo

Steve Lemke, provost for New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and chair of the Committee on Resolutions, presents the resolutions during the morning session of the Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting June 12 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston. Messengers voted on resolutions presented that morning. Photo by Thomas Graham View Photo

The George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston was home to the 156th Southern Baptist Convention Annual Meeting. Photo by Hannah Covington View Photo

Newly elected officers of the Southern Baptist Convention include (clockwise from bottom left): Bart Barber, first vice president, pastor of First Baptist Church in Farmersville, Texas; John Yeats, re-elected recording secretary, executive director of Missouri Baptist Convention; Jim Wells, re-elected registration secretary, strategic partners team leader for the Missouri Baptist Convention; Jared Moore, second vice president, pastor of New Salem Baptist Church in Hustonville, Ky.; and Fred Luter, re-elected president, pastor of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans. Photo by Adam Covington View Photo

Daniel L. Akin, president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, N.C., gives the convention sermon during the final session of the two-day Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting June 11-12 in Houston. "The Great Commission is not an option to be considered," Akin said. It is a "command." Photo by Matt Miller View Photo

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