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Heath brings pastor to Capitol to be chaplain for day in Senate

- From press release

Sen. Bill Heath (R-Bremen) welcomed pastor John Lemmings to serve as Chaplain of the Day on Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017, in the Georgia State Senate.

“Pastor Lemmings delivered a message on the importance of having a strong spiritual stance which spoke to the hearts of those sitting in the Senate Chamber this morning,” said Heath. “I hope that we can all take a moment from our busy lives and reflect on our own spiritual stance with our Heavenly Father. I am honored to be able to host an individual who is passionate about sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.”

Lemmings is the current pastor of Corinth Baptist Church in Bremen.

He has served in the wonderful work of the ministry at Corinth Baptist Church for almost eight years. Lemmings married his high school sweet heart Missy Lemmings. They will be celebratin­g their 30th wedding anniversar­y on Feb. 14.

In his spare time he enjoys reading and is passionate about engaging people with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Lemming’s life’s mission is to live his life with integrity so that his wife and children can reap the favor of God and be highly blessed.

 ?? Contribute­d photo ?? Pastor John Lemmings is pictured here with State Sen. Bill Heath after being able to serve as chaplain of the day for the state senate.
Contribute­d photo Pastor John Lemmings is pictured here with State Sen. Bill Heath after being able to serve as chaplain of the day for the state senate.

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