Baptism

One thing that never gets old is watching God move in people’s lives. I will always be amazed by another life changed from darkness to freedom. This past Sunday, 31 people were baptized. It was our first baptism at the building, just another reminder of God’s goodness and faithfulness. It’s even more impactful when you truly know some of these people. Where they’ve been and how far they’ve come in just a matter of 6 months or a year. If changed lives aren’t a testament to the realness and goodness of God, I don’t know what else can convince you.

5 thoughts on “Baptism

  1. jmwest says:

    You’re right. I will always remember coming up out of the water on Easter Sunday when your Mom and Justin and me were all baptized at the same time 19 years ago. That truly was a new beginning.

  2. kaceyleigh says:

    hey sister, i borrowed a quote from you post 🙂

    ps – i want to look at these pictures everyday to remind me of how powerful this is!

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