Learning Event #12
Watch the video of the teaching and complete the activities and questions below.

Announcements:
There are 6 weeks of regular Catechism left - make sure ALL work is completed and turned in!

9th graders - Stole making next weekend, February 13th beginning at 9am. All are welcome to come help!

Upcoming meetings
2/25 - Endowment Team @ 7pm in the library
3/2 - Youth Team @ 5:15 pm in the library
3/7 - Education Team @ 11:30am in the fellowship hall
3/8 - Council Meeting @ 7pm in the fellowship hall (Last chance to attend a council meeting!)

Youth Activities
2/12 - 5th Quarter for students in 9th-12th grades after the game until midnight
2/14 - Valentine Cookie decorating for students in 7th-12th grades during Sunday School in the Youth Room
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Learning Event #12 - Baptism
Do you know when you were baptized? Who attended your baptism? What do you remember about that day? *
Think about the last baptism you saw - where was it? Who was involved (if you don't know the family, you can use general terms - the parents, godparents, etc.)? What stood out about it to you? How did it make you feel? *
Baptism makes us children in God's family. What does being a child of God mean to you? *
Read Matthew 3:13-17. What is this story about? Why is it important? *
At the end of your 9th grade year, you celebrate your Confirmation. The celebration of Confirmation is an affirmation of your Baptism, and you go through all of the baptismal promises that were made at your baptism. Below are listed the baptismal promises. Mark each if you have heard them before in other parts of the service. *
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How does being part of God's family equip you to survive the day-to-day challenges of life? *
Do you have to be baptized to go to heaven? Why or why not? *
What elements are needed for baptism? *
Memory Work, Stump the Presenter, and Prayer Requests
Please read and summarize your memory work below and submit any Stump the Presenter questions or Prayer Requests.
Memory Work - Read the following verse. Why does it apply to the Sacrament of Baptism? "Peter replied, 'Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.'" - Acts 2:38 *
If you have a religion/theology question for Stump the Presenter, please add it here.
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If you have any prayer requests for the week, please add them here.
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