Jamie Baldwin Retires After More Than 23 Years at SBOM

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When Jamie Baldwin was a teenager, his world fell apart. His parents divorced, his sister and brother-in-law divorced and his girlfriend broke up with him.

“It was a very tough time for me,” he said. “I would sit on my bed at night thinking about committing suicide.”

‘SHE SAVED MY LIFE’

But one thought kept him from it, and it wasn’t what his parents, his friends or even his pastor might think.

It was what Mrs. Betty Stowe might think — she was his Sunday School teacher at Tates Chapel Baptist Church, Centre.

“I couldn’t do it because I knew there was a faithful Sunday School teacher who loved me and cared about me,” Baldwin said. “She didn’t realize what she was doing at that time; she was just doing her job. But she saved my life.” (continued)

Click here to read the full story from the Alabama Baptist Newspaper.

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