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If you're attending a baptism for a family member or friend, it's important to observe proper etiquette. If you're unsure of what to do, check out this guide on how to conduct yourself at a baptism ceremony.

Category: Baptism

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After the death of a loved one, you may be tasked with organizing the funeral. If you're at a loss at where to begin, take a look at this guide on organizing a beautiful, touching, and heartfelt funeral service.

Category: Funeral

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When someone you care for is grieving, it can be hard to find the right words. You may say something that can cause further grief, instead of support. Here are a few things not to say to someone who's experienced loss.

Category: Loss

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When a death occurs, ULC ministers may find themselves called upon to provide emotional support, or even plan the funeral. If grieving family members have reached out to you, consider these tips as you proceed.

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Many believe that counseling is only for couples whose relationship is on the rocks. But what many don't know is that premarital counseling can give couples a great foundation to build their marriage on.

Category: Engagement

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Tired and stressed from all the wedding planning? Hosting a game night for family and friends is a great way to unwind and clear your head. Here are a few tips for hosting a fun, crowd-pleasing gathering.

Category: Engagement

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Ghanaian funerals differ quite a bit from American funerals. In America, funerals are often somber affairs; In Ghana, funerals are raucous and expensive events that celebrate the life of the departed.

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For many parents, getting their baby baptized is an important spiritual ceremony. But babies can become confused or upset during the ceremony. Check out these tips to minimize fussing and crying from the little one.

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Previous generations often saw couples get married because of pregnancy. But that is less common now. If you've found yourself unexpectedly pregnant, consider whether marriage is the correct choice for you and your baby.

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Losing a parent is never easy. The loss can be especially difficult for children under 18 to understand. Here are a few tips to help your little one (and yourself) make it through that difficult experience.

Category: Loss

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