To ‘baptise’ means to publicly receive God’s gift of belonging to His family, which is made possible only by trust in the death and resurrection of Jesus to make that adoption by God possible. So we baptise the infant children not of all people, but of those whose parents have been adopted by God through their faith in Jesus for two reasons: Because God works not just with individuals, but with families. And because Jesus told us to baptise everyone who is His disciple.
Zoe McRoberts was baptised today. Her father explains why he and has wife made this decision for her long before she can decide to follow Jesus for herself.