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How Christenings Have Changed Since You Were Christened

Christenings have changed over the years. People are less religious than in the past, christenings gowns are not as popular, and christenings are more casual than years past. Here are some other ways they've changed.

Category: Baptism

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Perk Up Your Ceremony With a Wedding Reception Coffee Bar

Do you want your wedding reception to stand out from the crowd? One way couples are getting creative (and caffeinated) is with coffee bars. Check out how to pull off this hot new trend at your own wedding reception.

Category: Wedding Materials

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PreachersNSneakers - Exposing Vanity or Judging Others?

A new Instagram account has caused quite a stir for posting pictures of megachurch leaders wearing shoes that cost thousands of dollars. The account has opened a dialogue about what leadership in church really means.

Category: Society Church

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Can’t Take a Honeymoon? Consider a Mini-Moon Instead

More and more couples are opting for mini-moons right after their wedding instead of the full-blown honeymoon. Mini-moons tend to be shorter and closer to home. Check out these tips for the perfect mini getaway.

Category: Marriage

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5 Folk Traditions for Your Wedding

There are many fun, beautiful and symbolic folk wedding traditions you may consider incorporating into your wedding. In fact, there are countless cultural traditions out there- Here are a few of the most common. 

Category: Wedding Materials Wedding Planning

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Celebrating Your Child’s Baptism

If you're getting your child baptized, you'll definitely want to celebrate with friends and family afterward. Consider these exciting post-baptism festivities to commemorate the memorable and exciting day. 

Category: Baptism Church

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New Couples: Avoid Housework Headaches With These Tips

One thing many couples don't think about before moving in together is how to equitably divide the housework. Often, women take on more than men. Avoid resentment with these tips on how to divide the chores fairly.

Category: Marriage Society

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Homesteading: How To Blend Households Before Your Wedding

If you and your partner are planning on moving in together, you'll need to learn to compromise in all sorts of ways. Check out these tips for working collaboratively to build the home of both your dreams.

Category: Marriage

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Cope With Wedding Stress Through Meditation

Wedding-related stress can get the best of anyone. If planning your wedding is causing you to pull out your hair, consider meditation. This ancient practice will help you de-stress, refocus, and clear your mind.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Pew Research Finds Both Parties Agree on Ethics

Anyone who pays attention to the news sees negative stories every day. It may seem like America is more divided than ever. But according to a new study, there is one area we all agree- politicians should be ethical.

Category: Society

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