WHO: You, Dad & Mom!
WHERE: Key to Life Christian Childcare & Community Center at 3915 Sandy Lane in Weston
WHEN: Contact the office for a current schedule of events
WHY: Jesus promises, “The person who believes and is baptized will be saved.”
Spiritual Rebirth is free. Baptizing your baby is free, too. By attending the seminar and having your child baptized you are not making any commitment to St. Peter Lutheran Church. We just want to help you and your child!
Free childcare will be provided as long as a request is made in advance.
This seminar includes a continental breakfast for free.
Please pre-register for Spiritual Rebirth. You may do this through the office at St. Peter Lutheran Church (359-2829).
For more information, contact Pastor Jeff Mahnke (cell: 297-0132 / firstname.lastname@example.org)
8:45 a.m.—9:00 a.m.: Arrival and continental breakfast
9:00 a.m.—10:10 a.m.: Sessions #1 (What is Baptism?) & #2 (Baptism and our Children)
10:10 a.m.—10:20 a.m.: Break
10:20 a.m.—11:20 a.m.: Session #3 Helping Your Child Enjoy Baptism’s Blessings Forever
11:20 a.m.—11:30 a.m.: Closing
Have you been blessed with a child? Or, are you and your spouse expecting one? If so, congratulations!
Perhaps you have thought about having your baby or toddler baptized. Would you benefit from reviewing briefly what the Bible says about baptism? And are you looking for a pastor to baptize your baby and for a church for your child to be baptized in? If so, read on…
This course is designed for parents who are looking forward to the baptism of their son or daughter or who have an infant or toddler at home. As we seek God’s blessing through his Word, this class will strive to help us:
1. More fully appreciate the blessings of Baptism that God has for us and for our children.
2. More clearly understand why we bring our infants to Holy Baptism.
3. More highly value our roles as God’s helpers, nurturing the faith planted in our children’s hearts at Baptism, confident that God equips us for that task.
4. More thoroughly grasp how important it is for our children that we as parents grow personally in spiritual maturity.