Isaac Ferrell, who held a baptism for his football team, was fired

Isaac Ferrell, a highschool soccer coach in Georgia who got here to nationwide consideration for internet hosting a baptismal occasion for his crew, was fired final week.

Ferrell has been eliminated as head coach at Tattnall County Excessive College (Reidsville, Ga.), however stays employed by the varsity district. In a press release obtained by native NBC affiliate Information 3, it seems that the investigation is ongoing.

The baptisms happened on October 23, however the faculty district mentioned an incident on November 3 led to the coach’s dismissal. It’s unclear what the incident was or if there was a connection to his baptismal service on faculty property.

Now, the district is on the lookout for a “Head soccer coach that aligned with the perfect pursuits of the scholars of Tattnall County for the 2024-2025 faculty 12 months.”

Gary Fews, an area pastor, carried out the voluntary baptismal service following a soccer apply. A video of the baptism was posted on the Tattnall County soccer crew’s Fb web page on the day after the service.

The members within the service used ice tubs for the method of baptism by immersion, as is the apply in lots of evangelical Christian church buildings.

Social media response on the crew’s Fb web page was largely and practically universally supportive of the service when the video of the occasion in October was posted.

It was introduced that 20 gamers ended up being baptized.

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