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“I don’t feel alone anymore”

Apr, 2023 | Chaplaincy Program, Prison Ministry

These were Jen’s words on the day of her baptism when she described what it was like when she accepted Jesus as her Savior. In the past month, New Horizons Chaplains have witnessed eight believers choose to be baptized and make a public declaration of their choice to follow Jesus.

We celebrate this significant mark in their lives as choose to live their new life with Christ at the center.

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