Helping A Child Grow After Baptism


Once a child is baptized it is important that we continue to nurture them and help them continue to mature in their faith.
The number one way we do that is by setting the example. Children need to witness their superiors modeling a Spirit-filled life. Do children see God living and active in us?… [Continue Reading]

Are You Qualified To Teach Children About Baptism?

Are You Qualified To Teach Children?

The only qualification for teaching the process of baptism to someone is to be a baptized believer yourself. The additional necessity for teaching children about the Plan of Salvation is to use illustrations, object lessons, visuals and scenarios that a child can comprehend. When trying to child-proof a home, experts tell parents to get down… [Continue Reading]

Questions To Ask A Child Before Baptism

talking to your children about baptism

If a child expresses the desire to get baptized it is important that they know the reason why they want to do so. If the answer is “I don’t know”, “because all my friends are”, “because I want to take communion” or “because my teacher… [Continue Reading]

How Can We Know If A Child Is Ready For Baptism?

Ready for Baptism

How Can We Know If A Child Is Ready For Baptism?

We teach our children about God and His Word as soon as their ears will hear. We work diligently to instill in them Godly principles and truths. But then when they come to us a few years later and confess their desire to accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior, we wrestle with the question,

“are they really ready”?