Yes. You promise to keep Heavenly Father’s commandments. He promises that you can live with Him in His kingdom. These promises are called covenants.
Where possible, you will be baptized in a font in a stake center. If you cannot be baptized in a font, you may be baptized anywhere approved by your bishop or branch president, such as a pond or ocean. There has to be enough water to cover you completely. That’s what baptism by immersion means.
No. The person baptizing you holds onto you the whole time. You are under the water for only a moment.
Want to be baptized.
Keep the commandments.
Be willing to live the teachings of Jesus Christ and follow His example.
Be interviewed by your bishop or branch president.
Children are born innocent. Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ give parents eight years to teach their children the gospel so their children can learn right from wrong before they become accountable for their sins. (See D&C 68:25.)
A priest in the Aaronic Priesthood or a man who holds the Melchizedek Priesthood.
You need to be at least eight years old (see D&C 68:27).
After you are baptized, you are confirmed a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and you receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. You are then accountable for your sins, and you need to repent when you do something wrong. Before you take the sacrament each week, you should repent of whatever you did wrong that week and ask for forgiveness. Then when you take the sacrament, you covenant to take upon yourself the name of Jesus Christ, which means you will always try to remember Him, follow His example, and obey Him. When you do this, you are promised that His Spirit will be with you.
White clothing usually borrowed from your stake, district, or mission.
Yes! Here are some you can read about:
Adam: Moses 6:64–65
Alma: Mosiah 18:8–16
Jesus Christ: Matthew 3:13–17
3,000 in one day: Acts 2:38–41
Paul: Acts 9:17–18
Limhi and his people: Mosiah 25:17–18
Zeezrom: Alma 15:12