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December 15, 2011
By Julie Payne
Cedar Springs Baptist Church, Jacksonville
Calhoun Baptist Association
Favorite Bible Verses: Psalm 23
Favorite Hymns: “Blessed Assurance” and “What a Friend We Have in Jesus”
Hobbies: Playing the organ and piano, sewing and working at her family’s dry cleaning business in Jacksonville
Family Status: Married 57 years to Ed; one son, Doug; and one grandson
Bobbye Warmack is the organist and church clerk at Cedar Springs Baptist Church, Jacksonville. She joined the church 30 years ago when she became the pianist.
Q: How did you come to know the Lord?
A: I was 15 at the time, and our church was having a week’s revival. You had it [in] the morning and at night. Midweek during revival week … I came to know the Lord.
Q: What difference has Christ made in your life?
A: (He’s made) all the difference in the world. Once you become a Christian and want to live for Him, it just makes a difference.
Q: How have you been involved in ministry over the years, and what has ministry demanded from you?
A: I taught Sunday School — all the way from the little kids to senior adults. You need to be faithful to the Lord to teach. I’ve been GA (Girls in Action) director and I’ve been VBS (Vacation Bible School) director.
Q: What led you to serve in all these different capacities?
A: Service to the Lord and He’s always blessed me in my work for Him.
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