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Ask Yourself These Questions When Budgeting for Your Big Day

When looking at your estimated wedding expenses, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. And while you can't wave a magic wand to lighten the load, you can shrewdly budget. In this case, a bit of planning goes a long way.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Quick Guide to Post-Wedding Thank You Notes

Writing the thank you notes is something many newlywed couples dread. But it doesn't have to be difficult! By observing a few simple best practices you'll be knocking out beautiful and personalized notes in no time.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Do You Really Need a Wedding Party? Some Pros and Cons To Consider

While wedding parties are traditional, some couples opt out of having a plethora of bridesmaids and groomsmen. If you're on the fence, consider the pros and cons of having a wedding party before making your decision.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Wedding Finance 101: Bankrolling Your Big Day

Wedding costs are front and center on many nearlyweds' minds. If you're looking to discreetly lower costs and stay in the green on your big day, consider these simple yet effective cost-cutting strategies.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Planning Your Honeymoon? You May Need a Travel Agent

After just planning your wedding, the idea of planning a honeymoon right after may seem daunting. If you're an exhausted newlywed, consider letting a travel agent shoulder some of the honeymoon planning burden.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Compassion and Empathy in Healthcare

Healthcare is a profoundly complicated issue. The field combines the scientific and analytical with the emotional: compassion and empathy. But what role exactly do these emotional elements play in good healthcare?

Category: Society

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Can an Atheist Lead a Church?

Priests and preachers who have lost their faith might seem like a rather novel concept-- but it's a lot more common than you think. When a religious leader loses their belief, can they still lead their congregation?

Category: Society Church

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Should Hotels Include Bibles in the Rooms?

While they were once common, over the last decade Bibles have disappeared from hotel rooms. As technology improves and international travel becomes more widespread, is the hotel room Bible still necessary? 

Category: Society Church

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STDs: A Public Health Crisis or Morality Issue?

Evangelist Franklin Graham recently called the rise of STDs in the United States a moral failure. He suggested if more Americans were pious, STD rates would decline. But do his opinions match the scientific data?

Category: Society

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Can Christianity Be Political?

What is the appropriate intersection of Christianity and politics? Some say believers should keep their beliefs out of the ballot box, and others suggest their religious inclinations should inform their votes.

Category: Society Church

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