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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by SaggyWoman, Mar 25, 2010.
I was baptized in the baptistry of the church I was saved in.
At the little Baptist church down the block from my teenage home.
the baptist church I was saved in, in 1991
I was sprinkled in the Church of England, shortly after birth, and immersed under the Plymouth Brethren in 1945.
I was baptized in a pond when I was 12 somewhere near Rich Square, NC
My home church where I was saved a couple of weeks prior to my baptism.
December 1987, in the church I as saved in.
In a pond during a Michigan Fall.
Baptized as an infant in a Presby church in Chicago Heights.
Baptized as a believer in a swimming pool in the Arie Crown Theater in McCormick Place, Chicago IL during a Bill Gothard Seminar.
Me too, the week after I walked down the aisle on the first Sunday after I was saved.
In the baptistry of our sister church in the next town. Our church didn't have a baptismal pool because it was built for the Episcopal Church, so we borrowed the one down the road.
In the Baptist church where we attended, by my daddy (who was the pastor -- which is why we attended there).
In the baptistry of my home church, Deer Park Baptist, in Louisville, KY, on Easter Sunday 1947.
Along with the spiritual benefits, that's also when I learned how the pastor performed the "miracle" of finishing a baptism and appearing moments later on the platform, fully dry and dressed ... the magic of "waders"!
In the church I was saved in.
In a back yard, aboveground swimming pool in North Cape May NJ. Almost 4 years after I got saved. (Embarrassment)
Saved in the South, Baptized in the North. Does that still count? :smilewinkgrin:
Which was in Anadarko, Oklahoma.
In a freezing cold pond with big bunches of frog eggs in it. Even the people NOT getting baptized were shivering, and they weren't in the water. LOL It was still really cool though...wouldn't trade that experience.
Wasn't the first time though. The interesting one was in the mormon church where my big toe refused to go under. And they don't let ya get away with that!
Church baptistry in PA~~1988.
It was in 1974.