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“Our staff has called, written and contacted every church member on roll during the quarantine. So very proud of our team who love and serve the church family!” –Alan Floyd, Cottage Hill Baptist Church (Mobile Association)

“I mailed a copy of the ‘three circles’ – a visual way of sharing the Gospel – to a man who had been visiting our church. I had witnessed to him in person, but he had not been ready to turn to Christ. After the virus shutdown, we talked further by phone about how the coronavirus pandemic was an example of the consequences of sin and the brokenness of the world. This time, he was ready to turn to Christ. Over the phone, he prayed to trust Christ. The Gospel can overcome social separation.” –Tim Henning, New Beginnings Fellowship, Trussville (St. Clair Association)

“One of the dads in our church led his daughter to the Lord, and she came by to tell me. It was a great time.” –Mike Goforth, Sardis Baptist Church, Boaz (Marshall Association)

“A 23-year-old young man made a profession of faith, and another couple made a rededication of their lives to Christ.” –Derrall Marshall, Shadow Lawn Baptist Church, Eight Mile (Mobile Association)

“On May 6, I had the pleasure of baptizing a 94-year-old resident from The Village at Cook Springs.  Recorded services and Bible studies, including through Zoom, are going well. Our food ministry is meeting great needs in our area. The Gospel is being presented. The Lord is moving!” –Paul Brasher, New Hope Baptist Church, Pell City (St. Clair Association)

“We have had good numbers for our online services and continue to pass out food and supplies to 35 to 40 area families who are in need.” –Richard Hall, Paint Rock Missionary Baptist Church (Tennessee River Association)

“Cameron, a 27-year-old man, had been coming to church for about a year. Right after we went to online-only services, he became a Christian. During the invitation, I had asked anyone who would trust Christ to type ‘Jesus’ in the Livestream comments or text me. He did.” –Ben Hayes, Dadeville First Baptist Church (Tallapoosa Association)

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