Jeane McKeen was watching Amazing Facts on television two years ago, and started correspondence studies. When she completed a set of lessons and showed an interest in keeping the Sabbath, the Adventist Information Ministry chaplain contacted Lloyd Schomburg, pastor of the Lawrenceburg, Tenn., Church, and transportation was arranged for McKeen to attend church. Sarah Westerbeck and Jeanette McHenry volunteered to continue her studies. Baptism was scheduled, but McKeen suddenly moved away and was unable to be reached.
It was a delight to everyone when she moved back to Lawrenceburg. She eagerly joined three other baptismal candidates, Lee Santos, Brayden Burns, and Jace Sutherland, and was baptized on March 25, 2017. It was truly a Sabbath celebration of joy. After the baptism, McKeen commented to Schomburg, “When I started studies, I had no idea I was about to become a part of something so big.”
Kentucky-Tennessee | June 2017
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