When I got baptized in August of 2012, I had just learned that my parents had passed away.
As the days went on, I continued to feel a lot of emotion for my parents.
They had died young, and my parents were so young when they died.
They were so passionate about the faith, and so close to me.
I still remember that first baptism, for me, as a joyful, joyful experience.
I was very much a Christian, and I was so excited to be baptized.
It was such a wonderful feeling to feel the Holy Spirit on me, and to feel that I was in heaven.
I have a photo of my baptism with a beautiful picture of my mother and her beautiful face.
I remember thinking, God, my mother was in the photo, too.
I don’t know what I was thinking, but I knew she was there.
I also remember feeling that moment when the water started to go down, the water was pouring out, the baptisms were going on.
The first thing I did after the water began to rise was run out of the baptistry, and immediately get into my car, drive down to my parents’ house, and go home.
That was the beginning of a journey, and then I started to experience the joy of the Spirit, which is the source of all my joy.
My first baptism is a picture of me, sitting in the middle of the aisle in the pew, as the water begins to rise.
I am standing there, smiling at all of you, and as the moment of the baptism is coming on, the picture of myself, as I am sitting there smiling, fills the pews and everyone around me.
It feels so beautiful, and it’s an incredible experience.
The experience is so real, and the moment it comes, everyone’s heart is beating, the people are so excited, and everyone feels so blessed.
When I look back on my life now, I see that my journey was blessed, but my life as a baptized Christian has also been blessed.
As I continue to grow, my life continues to be enriched by the Holy Ghost.
I feel that it’s something I have been blessed to have as a child, and now I am able to experience it myself.
As a child I didn’t really have a good idea about what the Holy Grail was, but now as a grown-up, I have more insight into what the Great Work is, and what I can do to share the faith with others.
I know that I can always help others, and that I am an incredible influence on others.
The baptism photo album photo album, or photo album as we call it, is something that I treasure so much.
I’m very thankful for the blessing I have received and to my wonderful parents, my brothers and sisters, and all the people who have served me and the faith I’ve shared with them.
And so many people have asked me if I would share my baptism photo with you, so here it is.
My name is Katie, and this is my baptism baptism photo.
As we are sitting in this photo, I am surrounded by many people who share in the same joy and joy with me.
The image of me and my mom, my parents, and our church family is one that I hold dear and look forward to sharing.
I believe it’s important for all baptized Christians to be in the image of Jesus.
We are the first ones to receive this baptism.
We were born into this world, and we will not die until we have been baptized.
So we need to be the first to receive baptism.
As you can see in this baptism photo, you are standing in front of me in the first row, in the front of the pearly gates.
It’s not just a church.
It is a family, and you are in the church with us, right next to my mother.
As my mother says to you, we are your parents, your brothers and your sisters.
And we are here with you.
As many of you know, the Holy Trinity is one God, two natures, three persons, and a living Spirit.
It also means that we are one in Christ.
We all come to the same place, but the place is different.
It doesn’t happen in the moment.
We know that it will happen in a few years, but that moment will be special for us, and for you.
This is the baptism photo that is the most sacred moment in our lives.
It brings us together in prayer and in love.
In this baptism, we know that we will be in a new life, but in the end, the life of the baptized is not just about one moment.
The life of our families is also our life together.
My mother and I are so blessed to be a part of your family, your church, and your faith.
You know, when I think about all of the blessings that I will have to share with you and