Baptisms of Wiley Demetrius and Oliver Keller

On Sunday, April 22nd, we had the Baptisms of both Wiley Demetrius and Oliver, sons of Derek and Ashley Keller. We congratulate them as well as their sponsors, the entire family and their friends. May the Lord God grant them all health, strength, salvation, furtherance in every good thing and many blessed years!

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Baptisms of Wiley Demetrius and Oliver Keller - 04/22/18

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