This file is one that was donated by Chris Gunn and colorized by me. It has a picture of a boy being baptized.
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Image of child being baptized with bright blue background. Copyright Intellectual Reserve, used by permission.
Source: Friend, Aug 2008 (may be reproduced) Copyright 2008, Intellectual Reserve, Inc. Used by permission.
This handout has the quotes from the manual about sanctification and justification from the Seminary student manual by McConkie and Joseph Fielding. Goes with Moses 6:60. You could use this as the basis for a great baptism talk, btw.
This is a simple baptism program by Melissa K. 1 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.
I had a hard time finding a hand out, so I made one. Perhaps this may help others if you approve of it. Chris H.
M’Shelle D. shared this document that would make a nice Baptism gift, especially from the Primary. Simply glue one old penny and one new penny where there’s space left. For more impact, M’Shelle suggests framing the gift. (You’ll find inexpensive frames at most dollar stores — Dollar Tree is my favorite. ~Jenny) 1 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white. ——- My Baptism Day WE MAKE THREE PROMISES…
Jackie A shared this crossword puzzle about baptism. Thanks! 1 handout per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.
This idea for a teenager’s baptism talk was submitted by Shay. It’s a little too complicated for use at a child’s baptism, but it makes a great object lesson talk for older people. 2 pages, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.
This is a simple baptism program with leading dots. 2 per page, 8.5 x 11 inches, black and white.
Instructions: Make a “movie” of your life-to-be. Mount [the image below] on heavy paper, fill in the blank, cut out the display frame and two picture strips, then tape Picture A over Picture B (if you’re a girl; vice versa, if you’re a boy). Cut the two dashed-line slots in the display frame. Insert the left side of the picture strip from behind into the right slot and then into…