Module 3: Sacraments | Baptism & Communion

Below are the videos that you will watch and articles to read before our in person training. Watch all of them at once or go through one at a time. It’s your choice! After each section, there are some questions to be answered in the comments below. Take some time and answer these questions and even respond to others and their thoughts or questions.

Then if you want to go a little further there are some extra resources for you, under the “Going Deeper” tab. ¬†These are not required to be watched or read but for added benefit.

Our next step in our our Discipleship Training is learning about Sacraments. What are they? Why do they matter? Are there more than one? What do they mean for my life?
One of the 2 sacraments commanded by Jesus for us to participate in is baptism. But what is baptism? Do I have to be baptized? Do I need to be baptized in order to go to heaven?

Answer the following questions in the comments section below:

Have you ever been baptized before? If you have, briefly share your story and give a word of encouragement to someone who is considering being baptized.

The second sacrament commanded by Jesus for us to participate in is communion or also known as eucharist. But what is it? Is there more to just the juice and a cracker? Do I need to take communion in order to go to heaven?

Article: What is Communion? Why do we do it?

Article: Remember the Cross

Answer the following questions in the comments section below:

What is one new insight that you gained about communion? How would you explain communion in one sentence to someone who has never experienced it before?

In this “Going Deeper” section, you will find more resources on topics of this module.

As these are not required reading or watching, they are great to learn more on the topic and deepen your knowledge and understanding.

Article: 5 Benefits of Baptism from John Wesley

Join The Conversation!

In each section there are questions that pertain to the video or article. Answer those questions in the comments section below and read what others are learning. Give a comment on their thoughts as well!