Our church is a small (50-65 in attendance on a normal Sunday) conservative SBC church. We have always practiced Baptism as an ordainance of our local church as immersion following salvation. It does not save, but is a sign of our relationship to Jesus Christ. In the surrounding areas, some SBC churches have started accepting baptisms from other denominations that sprinkle, baptize infants, and immerse but used as a saving act. The new problem is that when a letter is transfered to our church from one of these Baptist churches, there is no assurance of Scriptural baptism without some type of examination. Our local church is in the process of trying to amend our Constitution that solves this problem, which has only appeared recently, say in the past two years. Any thoughts anyone has about this issue would be appreciated, and would especially like to hear from Baptists that are not a part of the SBC. Thanks for your time.