Your Child's Baptism

Author: Paul Turner

Publisher: LiturgyTrainingPublications

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Category: Baptism

Page: 44

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What parents should know in preparation for infant baptism.

Contemporary Steel-engraved Child Baptism Certificate, Package of 3

Author: Abingdon Pr

Publisher:

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Category: Religion

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View: 389

Celebrating the baptism of a child is a special time in the life of the child's family, which includes his or her new church family. Give this certificate to the parents as a remembrance for the baptized child and a beautiful keepsake of the special baptism day. This elegant steel-engraved Abingdon certificate reveals timeless beauty and quality with fine and close-lined artwork on the inside of the certificate, including the descending dove as a symbol of the presence of God as the Holy Spirit and peace, new life, and purity. The certificate features a French fold and includes an envelope. Size is 5 x 7; available in packages of 3. The steel-engraved printing process provides modern beauty with timeless quality for important occasions. Contemporary steel-engraved certificates are available for Confirmation, Baptism, and Church Membership. Check the selection of certificates by using Keyword Search: Certificates; and click “search.”

Baptism Certificate Book B5

Author: SPCK Publishing

Publisher:

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Page: 48

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Book containing 48 certificates with counterfoils, size 105x450mm.

Encyclopedia of Ephemera

A Guide to the Fragmentary Documents of Everyday Life for the Collector, Curator and Historian

Author: Michael Twyman

Publisher: Routledge

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Category: History

Page: 416

View: 439

The joy of finding an old box in the attic filled with postcards, invitations, theater programs, laundry lists, and pay stubs is discovering the stories hidden within them. The paper trails of our lives -- or ephemera -- may hold sentimental value, reminding us of great grandparents. They chronicle social history. They can be valuable as collectibles or antiques. But the greatest pleasure is that these ordinary documents can reconstruct with uncanny immediacy the drama of day-to-day life. The Encyclopedia of Ephemera is the first work of its kind, providing an unparalleled sourcebook with over 400 entries that cover all aspects of everyday documents and artifacts, from bookmarks to birth certificates to lighthouse dues papers. Continuing a tradition that started in the Victorian era, when disposable paper items such as trade cards, die-cuts and greeting cards were accumulated to paste into scrap books, expert Maurice Rickards has compiled an enormous range of paper collectibles from the obscure to the commonplace. His artifacts come from around the world and include such throw-away items as cigarette packs and crate labels as well as the ubiquitous faxes, parking tickets, and phone cards of daily life. As this major new reference shows, simple slips of paper can speak volumes about status, taste, customs, and taboos, revealing the very roots of popular culture.

Connecting with Baptism

A Practical Guide to Christian Initiation Today

Author: Mark Earey

Publisher: Church House Publishing

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Category: Baptism

Page: 240

View: 162

Connecting with Baptism is a comprehensive and accessible companion for Christian initiation, providing an enormous amount of practical help, background information and suggestions for clergy and lay leaders involved in taking policy decisions, providing pastoral care and using the initiation services.

Believer's Baptism

Author: Rose Publishing

Publisher: Rose Publishing Inc

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Category: Religion

Page: 14

View: 836

Baptism is one of the most important practices in the church, something that Jesus calls his followers to do. It reminds us of Jesus' death and resurrection and the new life we have in him! Enjoy having an easy-to-understand overview on what the Bible says about baptism at your fingertips. Packed with simple summaries, this baptism pamphlet covers what baptism is, why we should be baptized, and more. Perfect for individual use, group Bible studies, a New Believers' class, baptism gift, baptism class, etc. Enjoy having this easy-to-understand overview on baptism at your fingertips. This pamphlet clarifies the basics and reassures believers about this important step--church leaders may use this to help those who may be nervous or hesitant. Answers these questions-- • What is baptism? (Explains believer's baptism and symbolism of immersion) • Why we should be baptized? (Gives 5 reasons to be baptized) • What happens during baptism? How do I know if I am ready to be baptized? • What does it mean to be baptized in Jesus' name? • What does the Bible say about baptism? (It fulfills Jesus' command (Matt. 28:19), Jesus set the example (1 John 2:6), it is a testimony to others (Romans 6:5), and more.) Click here to see if you (or someone you know) may be ready to take the next step in your faith walk by being baptized. 5 Key Features about Rose's Baptism Pamphlet • Includes simple summaries on believer's baptism, and the symbolism of water baptism Enjoy having a basic explanation of what baptism is and why it is included in the Great Commission. Find out why the presence of water is important and what it means to be baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.

The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture

Volume 23: Folk Art

Author: Carol Crown

Publisher: UNC Press Books

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Category: Reference

Page: 520

View: 792

Folk art is one of the American South's most significant areas of creative achievement, and this comprehensive yet accessible reference details that achievement from the sixteenth century through the present. This volume of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture explores the many forms of aesthetic expression that have characterized southern folk art, including the work of self-taught artists, as well as the South's complex relationship to national patterns of folk art collecting. Fifty-two thematic essays examine subjects ranging from colonial portraiture, Moravian material culture, and southern folk pottery to the South's rich quilt-making traditions, memory painting, and African American vernacular art, and 211 topical essays include profiles of major folk and self-taught artists in the region.