Cannonball Baptism



  • 2011-10-03T13:41:39

Glad I do not attend church with some of you legalists. Kids are precious. End of story!

  • 2011-10-03T13:39:11


  • 2011-10-03T12:10:23

That is so not funny! He made more of a mockery of the baptismal. It is very sacred. He really needed some attention that day.

  • 2011-10-03T04:47:30

cannonball! awesome! :)

  • 2011-10-03T04:26:59

I think we should honor the zeal! God doesn't have a box. Neither should we...

  • 2011-10-03T02:11:20


  • 2011-10-03T02:09:10

there's always one person that's loke....don't do that, u have to do this, this, this, this and this all this way or else ull be in trouble.

  • 2011-10-02T20:58:55

I've seen too many fuddy duddy Christians. They are so religious they forget to enjoy life. It looks staged to me though. So what if they had a little fun!

  • 2011-10-02T14:33:57

Wow. How disrespectful towards his pastor, his pastor's Bible that got wet, and the church's carpet! He probably made more work for someone--whoever's job it is to sop up the water and treat the carpet with an anti-microbial once it mildews. I agree with Tony Miano. Whatever his motivation, it was an irreverent act. He showed both flippancy and mockery toward the ordinance of baptism. Hulahan, the person who posted this video, is totally misinterpreting the scripture. But if the pastor had refused to baptise this kid, the church would have been in an uproar.

  • 2011-10-02T12:02:06

This issue is not formality and legalistic opinions, as Eric Evans suggests but perhaps an act of immature frivolity that profaned the sacred significance of baptism. In my historic tradition, baptism would have been available for an adult. Perhaps, this immature act is a reason why so that the sacredness is not profaned, and the celebration reduced to laughter of a comedic action.

  • 2011-10-02T01:07:17

Amen to that have Joy this little boy sure did.......

  • 2011-10-01T21:19:47

Lloyd, I have few such friends and I think I can understand your pain. But over the years this is what I have learned - those who fail to see the beauty of Jesus and the profoundly eternal God's love will stumble on the inadequacies of His followers. And prejudice is a strong wall that keeps human beings trapped within it. Do I not get turned off often by the actions of fellow believers, or even the actions of those who are our spiritual leaders? Certainly, a BIG YES. But that doesn't make it right for me to say I will not follow Jesus Christ because these Christians are a joke. Well, I say, even among Jesus' closest friends were Judas, Peter, and Thomas. However, it doesn't give us, the church and the Christians the freedom to act like fools but rather we should live in Paul's words circumspectly not as fools but as wise...eph.5:15. Frieds, we are having a discussion here just like any other people or people group on subject matter that maybe trivial or otherwise. I find nothing wrong with it and it has nothing to judge about.

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  • 2011-10-01T18:27:50

Elaine isn't the Grace of God wonderful and the power of prayer wow. You for sure have a great sense of humor and thank God you are alright. And thanks for the laugh you make me smile. Have a wonderful and blessed day.

  • 2011-10-01T17:45:44

Sandee Sportsman Starks I think if you read the end of my comment, you will note I emphasize this balance, as I believe the frustrated pastor did, as he collected himself and showed grace. I in no way was emphasizing MY expectations.

  • 2011-10-01T17:44:09

Jody Martin I think if you read the end of my comment, you will note I emphasize balance, as I believe the frustrated pastor did, as he collected himself and showed grace.

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