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I’ve never had to address cmnmuoion with my daughter before, as she’s always been in the nursery or childrens’ church during it. However, this past Sunday, they brought the kids in from childrens’ church (w/o warning the parents they were going to do so), so I had to quietly explain to my daughter that she wasn’t old enough yet to have any. Though she has trust Christ as her Savior, I feel it is best to have her wait til she’s a bit older (probably around age 5, as that is also when I was allowed to start) to partake in cmnmuoion. The issue came up again today at Aldi, when I bought some oyster crackers (what our church uses for the bread). I had an opportunity to then explain to her what cmnmuoion is about and why I wanted her to wait. Communion and baptism are both important to observe, but I feel it is best to have my children be able to explain WHY to me before allowing them to blindly observe them.Ashley Pichea recently posted..
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