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Headline / The Church / December 1, 2008

Winter time is a magical time. Today officially marks the beginning of engagement season. And during the month of December, men across the nation will be contemplating “popping” the BIG question as a Christmas surprise.

(Luckily, we had already scheduled a premarriage small group to begin meeting regularly beginning this coming January.)

So, I thought it would be appropriate to issue a slight word of caution to the hopeful and willing candidates of marriage. I think this youtube video should do the trick.


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5 Comments

on December 2, 2008

I have wondered for many years why the thought of “popping the question” usually involves the Jumbo-tron or something of that nature in the Male Mind….. This is obviously not a good idea unless you’ve already decided to get married and just haven’t given her a ring yet.

on December 2, 2008

Am I a horrible person if I think those are HILARIOUS? That should prove how you should do it in private save yourself the embarrassment!

on December 6, 2008

Lol. I find these funny too! Wow. Talk about awkward!

on January 4, 2009

When will this small group begin? We’re excited!

on January 6, 2009

Just wanted to tell anyone thinking about joining the Pre-Marriage small group to GO FOR IT! This small group study was great for Justin and I and we absolutely loved doing it. We learned so much and had a blast learning it!



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