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Congratulations on Marriage – (Encourage Couple to attend church)


Dear   (NAME),

I wanted to take the time to personally offer my congratulations on your recent marriage.

Whoso findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD.
-Proverbs 18:22

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Wedding Congratulations to Christian Couple


Dear Mr. and Mrs. Blue:

Congratulations on your recent wedding. What a joy it is when God brings two people together in Holy matrimony. I know that God has great and wonderful things in store for the two of you and wish you only the best that life has to offer.

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Letter of Confirmation to Officiate at Wedding


Dear (First Names of Bride & Groom),

It is with joy and excitement that I write this letter to confirm my role as the Officiant of your wedding. It is a joyous time and I am honored to be part of your incredibly special day as you become one in front of God and your families.

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Happy New Year – First New Year after Divorce (To Person Hurting)


Happy New Year!

I realize those words may ring a bit “hollow” as you face the start of a New Year following your divorce in the past year.

It is so easy for others to say “it’s time to move on”, yet for those who have walked the difficult path of divorce, it really is never that easy as memories cloud our vision of the future.

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Valentine’s Day Letter to Married Couples in Church


Dear

I trust you are doing well, and God is richly blessing your marriage!

I wanted to take this opportunity during this very special time of the year to send a note of encouragement to all of the married couples in the church.

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