Child Dedication

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  • By Hope Jahren
    From WorshipWeb
    When you go into a forest you probably tend to look up at the plants that have grown so much taller than you ever could. You probably don’t look down, where just beneath your single footprint sits between one hundred and one thousand seeds, each one alive and waiting.
  • By Mandie McGlynn
    From Braver/Wiser
    Tell me the story of my birth, and help me understand how you were changed the day I entered the world. Help me know love, deep in my bones.
  • By Cheryl Strayed
    From WorshipWeb
    "When it comes to our children, we do not have the luxury of despair. If we rise, they will rise with us every time, no matter how many...
  • By Gwen Matthews
    From WorshipWeb
    Once upon a time, a baby was born. Even before that baby was born, there were people waiting and wishing and hoping for that baby. The...
  • By Marisol Caballero
    From Braver/Wiser
    I am ever grateful for the friends who are my family; who have pieced me together each time I’ve fallen apart; who laugh, cry, dream, and age happily by my side.
  • By Alex Haider-Winnett
    From WorshipWeb
    This child dedication includes some multi-sensory elements. We recommend talking to parents in advance about how the child might respond...
  • By Bill Neely
    From WorshipWeb
    By blessing you, we celebrate the wonder of your birth, the sacredness of your life, and the love that has always and will always hold you.
  • By Sean Neil-Barron
    From WorshipWeb
    One day, your church was born. ...
  • By Robert R Walsh
    From WorshipWeb
    I explained to her, our child dedication ceremony does not wash away sin, it does not guarantee the child a place in heaven, it doesn't even make the child a member of the church. She replied, "All I want, is to know that God blesses my baby."
  • By Yolo Akili
    From WorshipWeb
    "Our children did not get their wounds alone. They were created by the actions of our family, our communities and our world. They were...