Help 7 to 10 year olds to understand the meaning of baptism with this 25-page workbook. Designed for self-study with a minimum of adult supervision, children will determine whether they have taken the steps necessary for them to be baptized.
The Baptism Wordbook provides an excellent introduction to children who are curious about the idea of becoming baptized. This Wordbook is perfect for parents to use with their children-or for Sunday school teachers, children's minstry directors and children's pastors to use with the children in their minstry. The book explains why someone may be baptized-to show others that they have joined God's family. Also, the book provides detailed descriptions and illustrations of how someone is baptized and who may be baptizing them. This booklet is a perfect guide for children who are curious about this unique and special ordinance. The Baptism Wordbook also encourages children to use baptism as an opportunity to share with others about their faith. Perhaps most importantly, this wordbook presents the child with the question of whether or not they are in fact ready to be baptized. Activities include a crossword puzzle, word search, coloring page, quiz and "Certificate of Spiritual Birth." The Children's Wordbook on Baptism is designed especially for kids in grades 2-5. The Wordbook booklet is designed as a workbook to be filled out by the child, including a place on the front cover to label the booklet with their own name. The Children's Wordbook by Richard Todd is part of a series that is most beneficial when used in conjunction with the other Wordbooks. These Wordbooks are a great tool to accompany any special classes a church may offer for children or families on each of the topics: Salvation, Baptism, Communion, Giving and the Church.