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Making Religion Part of Your Life

If you were raised in a religious household, you might be trained to start the day with prayer and attend church on the weekends. But do you really make religion a part of your life each and every day? It isn't hard to forget your roots and do your own thing, which is why I decided to dedicate my blog towards helping other people get back in touch with religion. On my blog, you will find insightful ways to add touches of religion to your everyday life, so that you can remember where you came from and who you should be thanking.

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Tips To Help Your Teen Be A Church Usher For The First Time
1 August 2019

In many churches, teenagers can get involved in th

Looking For A Home Church? Evaluate These Four Questions
18 April 2019

No one is perfect, and it's important to remember

Elderly Loved One Entering A Nursing Home? Make Sure You Turn To Your Church For Guidance
1 July 2016

No matter how much time you spend researching to f

The Pros And Cons Of Planning Your Own Funeral Service
19 May 2015

For many years, there was no option other than to

3 Benefits Of Attending A Weekly Bible Study
12 May 2015

If you are trying to find a way to get closer to G

Tips To Help Your Teen Be A Church Usher For The First Time

In many churches, teenagers can get involved in the service in a variety of ways, which can be further discussed at the next church meeting. If your teenager attends church with you and is seeking a chance to be involved, one role that he or she may be offered is that of an usher. Although this specific duty can change from church to church, it's common for ushers to greet people upon entering the building and hand out church bulletins. Read More 

Looking For A Home Church? Evaluate These Four Questions

No one is perfect, and it's important to remember that when you are looking for a new church—the church is full of imperfect people, loving a perfect God. But while you may not be able to find a perfect church, regardless of denomination, you can find one that is right for you. Here are four things to look for when visiting churches. Do You Agree With Their Doctrine? In the age of the internet, even the smallest churches usually have a website or Facebook page. Read More 

Elderly Loved One Entering A Nursing Home? Make Sure You Turn To Your Church For Guidance

No matter how much time you spend researching to find the best place or how comfortable your aging family member is about the change, placing your loved one in a nursing home is almost always going to be an emotional experience. For many relatives of elderly individuals, placement in a nursing home is a reminder that their family member may not be around forever. For some, seeing a loved one go to a nursing home means a major change in day-to-day life, which can also be unsettling. Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Planning Your Own Funeral Service

For many years, there was no option other than to have your funeral planned by a family member or friend after your death. While you could share your wishes with these individuals during your lifetime, the task of making sure these wishes were honored would ultimately fall on your loved ones after you were gone. Nowadays, there is another option known as preplanned or prepaid funeral services. These services allow you to not only pay for your funeral service ahead of time, but to plan this service as well. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Attending A Weekly Bible Study

If you are trying to find a way to get closer to God, joining a Bible study is one of the best ways to do this. During a Bible study, you will meet weekly with a group of people and you will discuss a book of the Bible, a certain topic, or a book related to the Bible. Attending a Bible study offers many benefits, including these three. You will learn what the Bible means Read More