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Kathryn

WOW!!!
Having done 2 very tame baptisms today, at both of which I talked about the way the pathetic little trickle of water we offer is the most inadequate symbol ever for the overwhelming tide of God's love that is on offer, this positively shouted at me. Now, how do I summon up the courage to suggest this to next Sunday's parents...? Fab photo...perhaps that might convince them :-)

John Cooper

I am loving the duck...its expression is random but i am sure it is having fun

take care mate
warm regards
John

Paul Morriss

Those photos are just great! By the looks of it the baby hardly got wet in the first one.

steve

baptists use lots of water all over the head all the time. good to see the anglicans catching on. now we just need to have a talk about the age of consent :)

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