Throughout the book of Acts, there are many examples of people getting baptized almost immediately after conversion (e.g., Acts 2:41, 8:37-38, 16:31-33). Conversely, during the Medieval Period, it was not uncommon for Christians to wait until Easter to baptize everyone all at once. More recently it is normal for evangelical churches to hold classes for those who express interest in baptism. So which practice is right for churches to follow? Listen to Darrin Patrick, Mark Dever, and Matt Chandler as they talk about the tension that this question raises for church leaders.