Session Summary March 2018

Ted Kuhn led our devotions with a history tour of elders as shepherds. We approved a meeting of all our elders to discuss how to better shepherd our people. A few discipleship initiatives were reported on. The Savannah River Presbytery will be meeting at our place on April 17th and our hosting responsibilities were discussed. The installation of our new officers was talked about. We approved a debt reduction proposal to be presented at our April 29th fellowship meal. A Summer Sunday School proposal was approved. We will have a family integrated class all summer (from the Palmer class through Bryan’s Adult class). We will watch and discuss a video series called “That the World May Know

A Few Thoughts on Baptism

Most Baptists consider infant baptism a Catholic leftover. The Catholics are wrong on baptism. They taught that water baptism regenerated the child and some taught that baptism washed away all your sins to that point in your life. Others taught that baptism was necessary for salvation so they tried to baptize any who were dying without baptism. The Catholics are all wet regarding baptism, immersed in error. (Pardon the puns.) Infant baptism is not a catholic leftover; it is continuation of the Abrahamic covenant - part of the Covenant of Grace. (In Genesis 17 the children did not have faith before they received the covenant sign of circumcision.) In all sacraments God says something to his

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