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Free Baby Dedication Picture for Your Next Service

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Free Baby Dedication Picture for Your Next Service

Download this free baby dedication picture to celebrate the dedication of babies and infants at your church.

You can use this on your church’s website or Facebook page as well.

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Want to learn more about baby dedications as part of the church’s ministry? Try these articles:

New Baby—New Opportunity to Reach a Family

Another great way to connect with new parents is through baby dedication. Attach a class to your dedication and require parents to go through it before their child is dedicated. In the class, explain what the dedication is about and then teach them how to raise their children to love Jesus.

Why We Do Parent Commissioning Instead of Baby Dedication

We Baptists don’t baptize infants. But most Baptist churches replace that ceremony with a baby dedication. The motivation between these two ceremonies often overlaps: The parents wish to commemorate the birth of their child and promise before God, grandma and everybody to raise that child to know God—no water needed.

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Daniel has been an editor with ChurchLeaders for several years. Daniel and his wife, along with an incredible team, helped plant Anchor City Church in San Diego—a third culture, multi-generational church who seeks to join the redemptive mission of God for our city and for the world. Daniel also serves on the advisory board of Justice Ventures International, a non-profit organization working to fight human trafficking and modern-day slavery around the world.