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Unit 19, Session 5: Jesus Was Baptized

Dear Parents, Zechariah's son, John, grew up in the wilderness. John's ministry began when God's word came to him, and he began preaching near the Jordan River. John worked to get the people ready for the coming of Jesus, fulfilling the Old Testament prophecy, "A voice of one crying out: Prepare the way of the Lord in the wilderness" (Isa. 40:3). John called the people...

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KidFlix, rBackyard and rCity Week 3

This week your kids learned about why we celebrate baptism! We talked about the life of John the Baptist, and we explained the meaning behind baptism. Here is the Bible Story video we watched: Baptism is an outward proclamation of an inner change. That change happens because of Jesus and His perfect gospel. We will always celebrate that in a BIG way because it is a BI...

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Baptism, March 22nd!

Hey Parents! We want to be your biggest fan! Talking to your children about Jesus is one of the most important things you can do as a parent. As your child learns more and more about the truth of God's love, he or she may begin to ask questions about becoming a Christian. We want to equip you as a parent to feel comfortable talking to your child. I want to encourage you g...

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Baptism Sunday, October 26th 2014!

Hey Parents! We want to be your biggest fan! Talking to your children about Jesus is one of the most important things you can do as a parent. As your child learns more and more about the truth of God's love, he or she may begin to ask questions about becoming a Christian. We want to equip you as a parent to feel comfortable talking to your child. I want to encourage you g...

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Baptism Sunday, April 27th 2014!

Hey Parents! We want to be your biggest fan! Talking to your children about Jesus is one of the most important things you can do as a parent. As your child learns more and more about the truth of God's love, he or she may begin to ask questions about becoming a Christian. We want to equip you as a parent to feel comfortable talking to your child. I want to encourage you g...

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