Baptism Coloring Pages

These free Baptism coloring pages are a fun activity for the kids. Have the children color in pictures while waiting for other guests to arrive at the party. Also, this activity will keep the kids busy at the dinner table.

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The earliest extra-biblical reference to baptism occurs in the Didache (c. 100 A.D.), the Epistle of Barnabas (c. 130 A.D.), and the Shepherd of Hermas (c. 150 A.D.). All of these works describe the practices surrounding baptism in ways that imply it is adults that are baptized. The free printable Baptism Coloring Pages are a fun way to keep the kids occupied at the dinner table or a party. Baptism Party Planning is a time when close family and friends get together for the baby. Having a bunch with personalized banners hanging is a nice keepsake for the baby when grown up. Match the coloring page to your parties theme. Keep the drawings and laminate them. Then surprise the kids by using them for placemats at next years Baptism celebration.
Baptism Coloring Pages
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Making homemade cookie for a baptism is a thoughtful way to tie in the significance of the event with the party. A baptism can be a somber event, but it doesnít have to be. Just like any other party or gathering creating something homemade shows a special caring that a store bought gift canít provide. One special cookie that would be a great addition to any baptism is a cookie pop. Cookie and cake pops are very popular and easy to make. Plus, any cookie recipe will work. You donít have to pick any specific kind of cookie you can make the family favorite. Candy sticks are required for this recipe; they can be purchased at any bakery supply shop. Make the dough for the cookies as per the instructions in the recipe. Once the dough is ready, roll the cookies into balls and place them on a cookie sheet. Stick one of the candy sticks into each of the dough balls before putting them in the oven. A small piece of foil might be needed to cover the sticks to make sure they donít brown. Once the cookies are done baking let them cool completely before attempting to move them. If you move them before they are cool you run the risk of breaking them apart. Pick a special plate or platter that reflects the special connection to the baptism to lay out the baptism homemade cookies in a beautiful way. This gift is sure to go a long way in impressing the family who wants to celebrate such a special event.
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