Baptism



The Bible clearly teaches that baptism is the next step after giving your life to Jesus. Baptism is your chance to stand up and tell the world about your personal commitment to follow Jesus.


The Bible defines Baptism as:

  • A sign of identification (Acts 8:36-38)
  • Symbolic of death and resurrection (Romans 6:4-5)
  • Representative of a cleansing (1 Peter 3:1)
  • Important step of obedience in Scripture (Matthew 28:19-20, 1 John 2:3)


Baptism isn't what saves you, but it's an outward symbol of your inner commitment to follow Christ. In a way, baptism is a lot like a wedding ring. The ring doesn't make you married, but it's a symbol of your love and devotion to your spouse, and that your life is being lived for someone else.

Questions About Baptism?


People often have questions regarding baptism: Why should I be baptized? What if I’ve already been baptized—do I have to do it again? Does it matter if someone is sprinkled or dunked? 

Take a few minutes to read the answers to some common questions about baptism.

A Baptism of Obedience - Kimber Perrotta’s Story


Kimber Perrotta realized that...


Watch this story of doubt turned to incredible faith.