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Requesting A Homily

by admin on February 12, 2013 in Ceremony Traditions, Scripture, Sermon with 1 Comment

The homily is the perfect opportunity to glorify God and to share His love by preaching His word and by letting the congregation know your relationship more intimately.

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Jesus is …

by admin on January 22, 2013 in Ceremony Traditions, Relationship, Scripture with No Comments

Jesus is patient; Jesus is kind; Jesus is not envious or boastful or arrogant or rude. He does not insist on His own way; He is not irritable or resentful. Jesus does not rejoice in wrongdoing, but rejoices in the truth. Jesus bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Couple Highlight: The Story of Emily and Adam

by admin on September 11, 2012 in Bridal Party, Ceremony Traditions, Faith, Reception Traditions with 2 Comments

I had the privilege of sitting down with Emily and Adam to hear about their wedding and marriage highlights.  See below for a sweet story of their God-centered relationship. BOY MEETS GIRL SCB: Emily and Adam, how you did you meet? Emily: While we were students at UCLA, we met at a Stats Dept mixer.…continued here

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Breaking Bread Together

by admin on October 28, 2011 in Ceremony Traditions with 9 Comments

You can see why so many brides and grooms want to share communion as their first act together as husband and wife. It sets a foundation for Christ as your hope and the source of your grace. It acknowledges that you are both sinful and must rely on the grace of Christ to help you forgive one another. And it unifies you, or re-members you, in worship as you remember the body and blood of Christ given for you.

The Sweet Christian Bride
The Sweet Christian Bride

Elements of a Christian Wedding Ceremony

by admin on May 11, 2011 in Ceremony Traditions with 53 Comments

As Langford says on the opening page of the book, “The primary purpose of your service is to make marriage a joyful celebration of the presence of God”(5). This is why we have all these elements in the ceremony: to worship God and celebrate His gift of marriage. Feel free to rearrange the order or to add/subtract elements to make your worship ceremony unique to you and your groom.

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