With photography, Don Rutledge was global missions pioneer

Missionary Boe Stanley (left) enjoys a meal with some friends as sunlight shines through a split-bamboo floor in the rural Philippines. Rutledge was a master of capturing light and darkness in his photographs.

Missionary Boe Stanley (left) enjoys a meal with some friends as sunlight shines through a split-bamboo floor in the rural Philippines. Rutledge was a master of capturing light and darkness in his photographs.

MIDLOTHIAN, Va. (BP) — Renowned photographer Don Rutledge, who told the story of missions through his camera lens for several generations of Southern Baptists, died at his home near Richmond, Va., Feb. 19. He was 82 and had been in declining health for some time.
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