JEFFERSON CITY - During the concluding service of It's T.Y.M.E. when Bob Davison of the Tennessee Baptist Convention staff asked if anyone wanted to report on an experience of the event, Alix Rowe moved to the stage.
...Rowe, a member of First Baptist Church, Winchester, told the crowd about the "awesome" event she had experienced.
During the Friday night service a new friend of Rowe's
had moved to the front of the big crowd to make a profession of faith to God.Rowe
was praying for Kayla Partin, that new friend, during the entire message and decision time.
Partin had just visited First, Winchester
, several times and she
had visited some on the internet.Rowe
through Kayla's brother, Randy.Rowe
met him at school and as they became friends she
invited him to her
church.Randy made a profession of faith and was baptized just a few weeks ago at the church.
"It was really awesome," said Rowe
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