Contributed by Davon Huss on Nov 16, 2014
Joni Eareckson Tada, who since a diving accident as a teenager has lived from a wheelchair, wrote about the day of her wedding: “I felt awkward as my girlfriends strained to shift my paralyzed body into a cumbersome wedding gown. No amount of corseting and binding my body gave me a good shape.
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 18, 2007
A woman and her young daughter were attending the wedding of a relative. This was the first time the little girl had ever seen a wedding ceremony. She was in awe by the pomp and beauty of everything; the music, the formal atmosphere, the decorations, the bride and groom and their attendants in fine
Contributed by Jeff Strite on Sep 26, 2011
MARRIED PEOPLE NEED FRIENDS
The University of Chicago conducted a study where they found that couples that stayed together through adversity had friends who wanted them to stay together and who had a low opinion of divorce. By contrast, married people who spend time with divorced and bitter
A couple once asked me: "What must we do to get married?"
I answered: "All you have to do is say, I do."
But, I ask you, was this all?
What about the ring, the marriage license, the blood test and the wedding ceremony? Are these also parts of getting married?
When this coronavirus Is over and life returns to normal, may we never, ever take for granted again.....
* A handshake or a kind word from a stranger
* A hug from a friend
* Worshipping with other believers in a crowded church service
* A boring night at home
* Full shelves at the grocery
Contributed by Peter Loughman on Mar 31, 2009
STARTING IS THE EASY PART-------------------
Katie and I got married a little over 21 years ago.
We wanted a simple wedding ceremony, a simple reception - a few friends, some family, a little cake, some punch and that was it. But then, the relatives got involved. Sound familiar?
Contributed by Tim Hinrichs on Mar 29, 2012
THE SALVATION OF KARLA FAYE TUCKER
Many of you probably remember Karla Faye Tucker. She was the first woman to be executed in the US since 1984. She was an accomplice to a brutal ax murder of two people in the early eighties.
Soon after being imprisoned, Tucker took a Bible from the prison
Contributed by Thomas Cash on Jan 29, 2013
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION
Is your name written in the book of life?
Ruthanna Metzgar, a professional singer, tells a story that illustrates the importance of having our names written in the book of life. Several years ago, she was asked to sing at the wedding of a very wealthy man. According to
Contributed by Daniel Austin on Jan 14, 2008
When I was about nine years old there was a wedding held at the church of Christ for the eldest daughter of one of the congregation families who was marrying the son of another long standing family. The family of the daughter was close friends with my family, their youngest son was about my age and
Contributed by Sermon Central on Mar 21, 2010
How To Adorn A Bride and How Not To
When I was about nine years old there was a wedding held at the church of Christ for the eldest daughter of one of the congregation families who was marrying the son of another long standing family. The family of the daughter was close friends with my family,
Contributed by James Snyder on Jun 27, 2020
I only made one mistake last week, which is something of a record for me. I try limiting mistakes to one at a time, but not always in sequential order. I once tried to make my mistakes in a logical order, but it turned out to be a mistake.
The one faux pas I made was taking Monday off.
Contributed by Shawn Drake on Feb 22, 2003
The Red Neck Wedding
In the Summer of 2000 a couple came to me and explained that they wanted me to perform their Wedding ceremony. The man was a farmer and the woman had grown up on a farm. They explained to me that this was both of their 2nd marriage and neither one of them had a Church