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Sunday Baptism at Big Creek

By Terry Partin

Abundant blessings were flowing Sunday June 19, 2022 as Church Members, family and friends gathered on the banks of Big Creek to witness the baptism of young Luke Collins and Jaxton Stephens by Brother Mike Moon, Pastor of Jones Chapel Church. The baptism ceremony represents their dedication and decision to be followers of Christ.

Luke is the son of Joe Brad and Gina Collins, and Jaxton is the son of Bradley and Shandi Stephens.

Jones Chapel Church is located at 2267 Jones Chapel Road, Columbia, KY.




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Sunday Baptism at Big Creek



2022-06-19 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Terry Partin.
Luke in blue and Jaxton in red are pictured walking into Big Creek, led by Brother Mike Moon, Pastor of Jones Chapel Church.

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Luke and Jackson baptised in Big Creek



2022-06-19 - Adair Co., KY - Photo by Terry Partin.
Luke in blue and Jaxton in red, baptised by Brother Mike Moon, Pastor of Jones Chapel Church.

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