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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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Evangelism, Then and Now

Evangelism has deep roots in American history dating back to the nation's inception. But now, half of Millennials think it is wrong to proselytize. When it comes to our thoughts on sharing our religion, what changed?

Category: Society Faith

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Your Wedding and Work: Tips for Staying Professional

When you get engaged, your first instinct might be to tell everyone immediately. But it may not be so black and white in professional life. Consider these tips when you're breaking the big news to your coworkers.

Category: Engagement

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Fallen Leaders and the Books They Wrote

Finding out an author you like conducts themselves poorly can be traumatic. Dealing with the fallout from that can be a personal trial in and of itself. Can art and the artist really be separated- and should they be?

Category: Society

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Your First Steps to Planning a Same-Gender Wedding

Same-gender weddings are legal in all 50 states, but they do come with their own set of special circumstances. From deciding on clothing to vetting vendors, follow these tips to ensure your wedding is flawless!

Category: Wedding Planning

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Are Sermons Effective?

Studies are finding that active learning is a better way to improve recall and retention in students. How can church leaders take improvements in academia and apply them to their sermons? Here are a few ways.

Category: Church

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Benefits of Online Church

Attending an online church is a life-enriching experience that can provide just as much spiritual fulfillment as an in-person service. Here are a few of the ways that online church can be a great alternative.

Category: Technology Church

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