"His Example": Baptism Covenant Coin or Key Chain
The Baptism medallion can be a constant reminder of the commitments we make when we are baptized and the overall covenants we make to follow Christ.
On the front side, is the scene of the first Baptism; a portrayal of John the Baptist
baptizing Jesus Christ in the river Jordan.
On the back side, the Dove symbolizes the gift of the Holy Ghost we receive when we
accept the gospel and become Disciples of Christ.
1 ½ in. diameter
1/8 in. thick
(Available as a medallion (Covenant Coin) or key chain in shiny Pewter or antiqued Satin).
My investigator Francis got baptized on Saturday! It was really cool to see him make that choice and finally get there. He's been investigating the church for a couple of months and trying to be baptized but they had to keep pushing the day back. I'll never forget the feeling I had. It was truely an incredible feeling. I gave him one of the coins that Byron gave me afterwards. Man, you should have seen him smile! I think thats one of the first times anyone has ever given him a gift of any kind. It was so cool! I gave it to him right before he left and then I saw him just stop and kind of rub his fingers over it and he got a big ol' smile. That's a day maker if there ever was one, more than getting a free shake at Wendy's haha. Though I could go for one right now...
--- Elder Tim Clark Accra, Ghana Mission