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Baptism at Holmes Bend June 26, 2011

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By Joni Jessie

It was a beautiful evening in which Columbia Baptist Church held a baptism June 26, 2011 at Holmes Bend, Green River Lake, Columbia, KY.

Dr. Ted Taylor baptized six youth that day that included Kate Durham, Emma Grider, Zach Grider, Dylan Hale, Travis Hale and Landon Jessie.

The accompanying picture is of Landon Jessie (proudly displaying his 'I Love VBS' t-shirt) and the interim pastor of Columbia Baptist Church Dr. Ted Taylor, shortly before Landon's baptism. Landon is the son of Lee and Joni Jessie and Jamie and Lyndsey Ford. -Joni Jessie

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Baptism at Holmes Bend in Green River Lake

2011-07-01 - Holmes Bend, Green River Lake, Columbia, KY - Photo by Joni Jessie.
Landon Jessie proudly wore his I love VBS T-shirt as he was baptized by Dr. Ted Taylor, interim Pastor of the Columbia Baptist Church, on June 26, 2011. Landon was one of six youth baptized that day. Others were Katie Durham, Emma Grider, Zach Grider, Dylan Hale, Travis Hale and Landon Jessie.

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