Remembering Our Baptism is a soul-searching book, timely and much-needed. It offers a way to take seriously-to actually practice-what people pledge in their Christian baptism and what the congregation itself promises. Phil Meadows calls the book “an exercise in holding on to the doctrine, spirit, and discipline of the early Methodist movement, through the practice of remembering our baptism”. The language of “remembering baptism” as presented here means much more, of course, than mere remembering as a cognitive function. Not just an act of memory, but a move into commitment and day-by-day discipleship in Christian community. Not just recalling to mind, but rather entering into true Christian vocation. This is the kind of remembering the Bible itself call for: Remembering our covenant with God that we actually walk in God’s ways.