The Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office announced recently that sixteen jail inmates had gone through immersion baptism in the name of Jesus.
Sheriff Mike Allen posted to Facebook, “What a glorious day. All the Glory to God! Today the Crittenden County Jail had 16 inmates that went through the waters of baptism in the name of Jesus.”
In the past three months, 25 inmates were baptized during jail ministry, according to Sheriff Mike Allen.
Baptism is a very crucial step in the life of a believer, as the Bible talks about the importance of water immersion baptism where a believer makes a public confession of their faith in Jesus Christ.
What a glorious day. All the Glory to God! Today the Crittenden County Jail had 16 inmates that went through the waters…
All glory and praise to God for the decision that these inmates have taken to surrender their lives totally to Jesus Christ and make Him as their Lord and Savior. Amen!