Baptism

The word Baptism comes from the Greek word baptizo, which means to dip or immerse.

In the Old Testament and Jewish writings, there are four types of Baptism mentioned: purification, initiation, repentance, and identification. Baptism in the New Testament focuses on that last one: identification. Baptism is symbolic of the new life a believer now has in Christ, replacing the old life that died and was buried at conversion. Baptism is a part of making disciples, which we are all about. 

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