Merry Christmas Lovelies! We would like to celebrate this beautiful day with a special Christ-centered feature. Other than all the lovely things we enjoy about Christmas, what is Christmas without “Christ”? Making an eternal covenant with each other before God and starting a Christ-centered marriage is very important to Christian couples. A quick search reveals more than 500 references from the Bible to the words “marriage”, “husband”, and “wife”. Marriage was designed by God for companionship and intimacy. Husbands should honor, love, and sacrifice for their wives, and wives should submit to their husbands. Through marriage we can learn about unconditional love and respectful honor. True soul happiness can be discovered as we draw closer to God as a family.
Planning a beautiful wedding is really just the beginning of your lifetime journey together as a couple. The true beauty should be found in your relationship, because it is the greatest blessing from God. Mary Fairchild wrote that the 5 key points to keep your Christian marriage strong and healthy are: pray together, read the Bible together, make decisions together, get involved in church together, and continue dating. Please join us as we share these beautiful Christ-centered wedding moments below, and give thanks to God for all the love and grace He has given us.
Credits (left to right from the top): Let There Be Light / Todd Pellowe Photography / Koman Photography / Aislinn Kate Photography / Marisa Holmes / Alex Dzhumara Photography / Jay Tsai Photography / Jay Tsai Photography
Credits (left to right from the top): Ryan Ray Photo / Chance Faulkner Photography / Spindle Life Photography
Credits (left to right from the top): Brooke Imagess / Stay Forever Photography / Indiejane Photography / Everest Road Photography / Amber Aileen / Janelle Elise
Prayers of Love
Credits (left to right from the top): Kathryn Krueger Photography / Paul Von Rieter / Jessica Crews Photography / Erich McVey Photography / Kathryn Krueger Photography / Cassidy Brooke
It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails. (Corinthians 13:7-8)