Wedding & Anniversary * Saint Verses and Art * Children/Teens * Uplifting Scriptures * Irish Blessings * First Holy CommunionConfirmation * Sympathy Grief Memorial * Art-&-Statuary-Figurines * Faith Wall Décor * Nurse and Teacher Gifts * Decorative Crosses * Pallet Signs * Coffee and Tea Mugs * Jewelry * Christmas * Pet gifts
A Childs Prayer Vintage print
Baptism Certificate for adult
Baptism Angel Victorian Certificate personalized
Baptism Certificate with Holy Spirit Dove
Baptism Cross for Boy
Baptism Cross for Girl
Baptism Silver keepsake Cross for girl or boy
Birth Certificate Vintage Heirloom Victorian for Baby Girl
Bless our little Girl Lord framed print
Confirmation cross gift in shiny red and silver tone
Confirmation cross gift personalized
Confirmation Cross keepsake gift
Gifts of the Spirit with doves Confirmation Stone
Guardian Angel framed picture
Guardian Angel framed picture for girl
Guardian Angel with boy playing in the grass picture
Newborn art and scripture Isaiah 4:34
Victorian Birth Certificate Heirloom for Baby Girl or Baby Boy
Birth, Baptism, and Confirmation are three significant milestones in the life of a Christian. Each of these events marks a significant moment in a person's spiritual journey and serves as a reminder of the love and grace of God.

The first milestone in a Christian's life is birth. The moment a child is born, they are welcomed into the world with love and joy. It is a time of celebration for the family and friends of the newborn, as they welcome a new life into their midst. As Christians, we believe that every life is a gift from God and that each person has a unique purpose and calling in life.

The second milestone in a Christian's life is baptism. Baptism is a sacrament that signifies the washing away of sin and the beginning of a new life in Christ. It is a public declaration of faith and a commitment to follow Jesus. Baptism is an act of obedience to God's command and a symbol of our acceptance of God's grace and forgiveness.

The third milestone in a Christian's life is confirmation. Confirmation is a sacrament in which a person affirms their faith and commitment to Christ. It is a time when a person takes ownership of their faith and becomes a full member of the church. Confirmation is a time of spiritual growth and maturity, as a person begins to take on more responsibility for their faith and their relationship with God.

Together, birth, baptism, and confirmation represent the journey of a Christian from new life to spiritual maturity. Each of these milestones is a reminder of the love and grace of God and the calling that we have as followers of Christ. As we celebrate these moments in our lives, may we be reminded of the great love that God has for us and the purpose that he has for our lives.