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October 25, 2012

By Christine Kapurch

Walls, Judy

Ebenezer Baptist Church, Stanton
Chilton Baptist Association

Favorite Verses: Philippians 4:6–7  
Favorite Hymn: “Sheltered in the Arms of God” 
Hobbies: Reading, cooking and spending time with the grandchildren
Family Status: Married for 41 years to Mike; two children, Amy and Greg; four grandchildren

Judy has been a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church since she was 9 years old. She served the role of a pastor’s daughter and taught preschool for 25 years. She also was the Sunday School director for two years and has been the Bible School director nine inconsecutive years. 

Q: What influences in your life pointed you to Christ at the beginning of your faith journey?

A: At the age of nine I joined the church that I am a member of now. My father was a preacher there for 50 years.

Q: When and how were you led into the ministry?

A: Growing up in a Christian home and being a pastor’s child I was taught [that] you obey the Lord and follow His will. 

Q: Why have you continued serving through the years?

A: Well I’ve just always found peace, joy and contentment in doing what the Lord wanted me to do. 

Q: What does the ministry demand?

A: A lot of time, a faithful prayer life and the study of the Bible. 

Q: What do you get from the ministry?

A: The blessings of seeing people and youth become closer to the Lord through the ministry. I enjoy seeing the church and the people grow in their walk with the Lord. It brings joy and peace to my life. … The Lord has done so much for me that I could never repay Him. 

Q: How do you see yourself involved in ministry service in the future?

A: Well I just kind of leave that up to the Lord. Wherever He leads, that’s where I hope to be. 

Q: What difference will this ministry make for you in the future?

A: I feel like my ministry will make my life fulfilling.

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