My oldest daughter was baptized a year ago. My 13-year-old daughter wants to be baptized too. If she has permission from me and my husband, can the thirteen-year-old be baptized? We don’t belong to your church.

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One Response to “Can my daughter be baptized in your Church?”

Samuel Delgado
2017-02-12 10:36:14
Hi friend. Young people can't be baptized without the permission of their parents, but with your permission there shouldn't be any impediment.

It's excellent that you want to provide your children with a religious upbringing. I grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It provided me with such a strong foundation on which I've built my life. I hope your children receive this same blessing as they participate!

I hope, too, that you and your husband will choose to learn more about the church. It's wonderful when a family can enjoy the benefits of worshiping together. To learn more, I suggest that you chat with the Mormon missionaries. There are over 70,000 missionaries in the world who visit people in their homes to teach them more about Jesus Christ. Most people who are interested in Mormonism learn about our basic beliefs from these missionaries. You can request a missionary visit online.

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