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Well, we just want to take some time to let you know what we're for....
Who we are:
Two children devoted to serving our Master, Jesus. We
want to live for something bigger than either of us. We want to live
as servants in a world of hurting people, giving away the healing power
of love. Not our love, but God's love.
Why we're getting married:
Over the years, we've seen our direction and passions change
and morph. And, over the years, we've realized how closely our hearts
and spirits have been knit together. Not by circumstances, but by
the careful hand of God. In His timing.
We've found that we love each other. And we believe that
we can live and spread Jesus' message together more than we can apart.
We help each other think, speak, and act more like Jesus. We like
that. A lot.
According to God's plan, we've decided to commit to a lifelong
relationship of intimacy and friendship. And we want to celebrate
this decision with our friends and family.
Why we're getting married like this:
Nothing's wrong with tradition– as long as the meaning behind
it still speaks. We've decided (we think) to let our values guide
our actions. Example: We live simply (stuff just gets in the way
of what really matters). We have what we need. But, if you
want to honor us in some way, we're setting up a fund
to aid Mother Theresa's orphanage in Calcutta. Cool, huh? And
so on. We love nature, and see in it God's handiwork. So, the
wedding will be in a wheat field in God's Country (Montana, obviously).
We also want a fun, festive, more-the-merrier party that reminds people
that love and friends are beautiful things. So, we're opening the
invitation to anyone who wants to come. And the list goes on.
What we hope this wedding looks like:
Sacred. Second only to deciding to follow Jesus, this
is the most important decision of our lives. We want to express that.
And, just plain oodles of fun (though we try to hide it, we're just kids
in grown-up bodies). A BBQ-looking reception. Heck, Brett will
be in cords for the wedding. Horseshoes and board games and strange
adventures. Yup, I'd pretty much be ready for anything. I guess
the only request we have is that you come, sit back, and have tons o' fun.