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You're Engaged! Now What? The 12 Things You Need to Do Right After You Get the Ring

You're Engaged! Now What? The 12 Things You Need to Do Right After You Get the Ring | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
He popped the question. You said yes. Hooray! You're engaged! Here's what to do next (you know, right after you call your mom).
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YOUR ENGAGED!

Great.  You said yes!  Congratulations.

What now?  Oh my!  Yes there is some work to do.  This blog link will help get you started.  The Knot and the Wedding Wire are BOTH good resources for free websites to share the news, and guides, blogs, and information on what to do next.

 

Meet with me!  Let’s explore the foundation of marriage, relationship, and all that is beyond lust and love (that’s the glue that makes it all work) with premarital assessment, and coaching.  AND to talk about organizing, planning, and officiating your ceremony… YOUR WAY!

 

Chaplain Royal

Omaha Wedding Officiant

Nebraska Wedding Officiant

Iowa Wedding Officiant

www.Inclusivelife.org/Weddings

weddings@inclusivelife.org

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Just Engaged? 10 Planning To-Dos Not to Stress Over

Just Engaged? 10 Planning To-Dos Not to Stress Over | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Your top to-do after saying "yes" is to soak up that once-in-a-lifetime just-engaged glow, so put these 10 nonurgent details on the back burner for now.
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Engaged?

After you say YES there is A LOT of work to do!  AND let’s put thing into perspective.  It does not have to be overwhelming or seem like a new extra full time job!

 

This blog from The Knot will help you think about a few things.  I can help too!  Premarital assessments, and coaching.  AND I will help you plan your wedding your way!  Religious and non-religious, I serve all without exception.

 

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www.inclusivelife.org

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7 Steps to Planning a Wedding That's Totally You

7 Steps to Planning a Wedding That's Totally You | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Find your wedding inspiration, style and theme with these seven tips.
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PLANNING

There are tens of thousands of books, clips, and blogs about how you MUST plan your wedding.  The truth is this: Not all weddings are the same size AND there ARE a few items that we know will help you regardless of your size.  The Knot is a great resource for everyone.

 

After you say yes, come see Chaplain Royal to explore how to have your wedding your way!  From a no obligation consultation, organizing, planning, coordinating rehearsal, and officiating an incredible ceremony, Chaplain Royal will be there each step of the way to help you co-author your special day.

 

Inclusive Life Center & Chapel

Chaplain Royal

1941 S. 42nd Street, Suite 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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Stylish Same-Sex Wedding Details You’ll Want to Steal

Stylish Same-Sex Wedding Details You’ll Want to Steal | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Check out these seriously stylish same-sex weddings featuring glitter invitations, black and white decor details and more.
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Same Sex Weddings.

Are the exactly the same as non-same sex weddings.  Yes.  And no.

Yes, they are the same in the regards that two people in love are celebrating their love in front of their family and friends.  No, in that there are some considerations we must consider; are there any changes in gender roles, will both, one, or neither be escorted by parents.  Who goes first?

 

After you say YES, let’s talk!  Let’s explore how you can have your wedding your way!  I will help you every step of the way: planning, choosing vows, suggesting rituals, and sharing sample readings, coordinating rehearsal, and of course, your big day!

 

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Inclusive Life Center

1941 S 42nd Street, SUITE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

www.inclusivelife.org/weddings

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How to Be a Great Wedding Guest

How to Be a Great Wedding Guest | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Invited to a wedding? Here's everything you need to know to make sure you're a stellar wedding guest.
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Being A Good Guest

I sure try and bite my tongue on this topic.  It drives me mad when I see guests arriving to an invited event, there is some expectations.  The ceremony start time is not the time you are to arrive.  You are to arrive well in advance to be seated, and allow for the ceremony to start on time.

 

It is rude, inconsiderate, and most frustrating for those trying to produce the ceremony when we have to work around those who have chosen to arrive late.  Yes, I DO understand that there are last minute emergencies.

 

This is a great read on how to be a good guest.  A reminder.  Early is on time.  On time is late.  And late, that is NOT acceptable!

 

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How to Pick the Perfect Wedding Date

How to Pick the Perfect Wedding Date | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Get advice on how to choose the perfect date for your wedding.
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Your Ceremony Date.

It is NOT just a day and date!  It is also about the time of year, location, season, and where you are having it (geographically)

 

If most people are from out of town, will there be lodging choices nearby?

The time of day is important, is it “good” to schedule your wedding at 4pm on a Friday (people are still working, traffic is crazy, etc.)

 

Yes this IS your day, and you MUST consider your guests needs too!  The little things are the big things… give it some thought.  This is another great blog by The Knot about picking your date!

 

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Inclusive Life Center

1941 S. 42nd ST STE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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DIY or Buy: Day-Of Emergency Kit

DIY or Buy: Day-Of Emergency Kit | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Check out this list of essential wedding day items no bride should be without!
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DAY OF KIT

Most everyone has a “tool kit” to keep their needed items for their craft… painters, mechanics, those that draw, writers, plumbers, etc.  EVERY couple needs a day-of-kit.  No really, EVERY couple needs one!  If you have a wedding planner or coordinator, I sure hope that they have one.  It IS the magical box of miracles. 

 

After you say YES!  Book appointment to explore premarital assessment, and coaching AND for Chaplain Royal to help you realize you can have your wedding your way, and all the things you don’t know, you didn’t know! J

 

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Omaha, NE 68105

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What is the actual US divorce rate and risk?

What is the actual US divorce rate and risk? | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
While the 40-50 percent divorce risk number is indeed correct, it actually applies to no one—or, at least, to very few.
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Divorce

Marriage

Relationships

Assessments and Coaching

 

I have been a Chaplain since 2010, during that time, I have seen many relationships; healthy, good, rough starts, rough times, and some that end in the two going their own ways.  And that is ok!  Some people may love each other, and simply are not suited to be in a relationship with each other.

 

This blog shares details about the divorce rate in the US, while I don’t believe it is really actually higher than 50%, I do believe it is closer to 40%-45%.

 

When I meet with couples, I do ask three questions that big clues to how I proceed with them… Are you birth parents still married, how old are you, and how long have you been together.  Depending on their answers I may strongly suggest they take a premarital assessment and/or coaching, or I may decline to officiate their wedding. 

 

After you say YES, and BEFORE you say I do, PLEASE meet with me (in person OR online!) to consider a non-faith based approach to either a 2 hour assessment coaching session or a the assessment and a 6 coaching sessions that can be done in person or online with me.

 

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Inclusive Life Center

1941 S 42nd Street, STE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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LEARNING TO BUDGET – SIMPLE WAYS TO START SAVINGS

LEARNING TO BUDGET – SIMPLE WAYS TO START SAVINGS | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
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Savings.

We ALL need to save.  For some it could be a % of their monthly or weekly income, and for others it may be $1-$5.  We ALL need to save.

 

What CAN work for your family unit? 90-10?, live on 90% of your income, and the other 10% goes to savings.  80-20, or some other variation.  I also suggest to couples whom I coach, think about WHERE the money goes.  If it is an account attached to your checking account, how likely are you to pull it out for a great sale or item?  Put it in an institution that is NOT attached to your account, NO ATM CARD, and maybe further away from your house!  Make it difficult to withdraw!

 

This is a great post to give you ideas on how save.  Because, YES, we all need to save.

 

After you say yes, and for some, after you said I do, come and visit me for couples coaching!  Affordable monthly payments so we can visit once each month to keep you on track!

 

Chaplain Royal

Inclusive Life Center

1941 S 42nd Street, STE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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Train Your Mind to Work Smarter - Mindful

Train Your Mind to Work Smarter - Mindful | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Tara Healey of Harvard Pilgrim Health Care suggests four steps to bring mindfulness to your day.
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Mindfulness.

It intersects with each of us in a different way, AND it is something we ALL need to practice.  How we respond to life, others, words, etc., is for the most part, up to us.  It goes hand in hand with the quote “your life is your fault!”

 

The blog is a great resource for you to grasp concepts and use different modalities to retrain your mind to work with better intention and more mindfulness.

 

And when you are ready to explore the next level, consider the natural, therapeutic grade essential oils we sell, and have on hand.  To explore our inventory, and learn more, please visit; www.omahaessentialoils.com

 

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1941 S. 42nd Street, Suite 124

Omaha, NE 68105

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Am I Addicted? | Retorno

Am I Addicted? | Retorno | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
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ADDICTIONS.

They affect each of us differently, we all, probably, have an addiction in one form or another.  For some it is alcohol, or other drugs.  For some it may be sex, work, internet, food, exercise, dieting, etc.

 

While some addictions may not be problematic or cause serious issues in your life, it can be said that most do have a cause/effect. 

 

I have been in group settings that were mixed with social drinkers, non-drinkers, those that drink to get drunk, and those that normally drink most every day of their life.  In my world, I do have expectations that regardless of where a person is, when we are in community together, there should be some decorum.  When that decorum is missing, for me, it causes a disruption of harmony and balance, and I am ultra-sensitive of how it affects others.

 

I share this as a reminder that MANY people are living life functionally as they live a paralleled life with an addiction.  This may be you, your spouse, a good friend, co-worker, a neighbor, or…

 

This blog is a good resource to begin a dialog on information.  Denial and defense are two responses most often shared by those who are made aware by others that their behavior needs a change.  Change is not normally fun, easy, or without risks.

 

AND it can be done.  You are not alone.  You are beautiful, loved, and worthy.  HUG!

 

Chaplain Royal

The Inclusive Life Center

1941 S. 42nd Street

Omaha, NE

402-575-7006

www.inclusivelife.org

info@inclusivelife.org

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Bridesmaids Wedding Packing List

Bridesmaids Wedding Packing List | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
The big day is almost here! To make sure your friend's wedding and your day as a bridesmaid goes off without a hitch, don't forget to bring along these all-important items.
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PACKING DAY!

There are always items you need beyond what you think on your wedding day.  Men’s socks, super glue, duct tape, water, granola bars, nail polish remover, safety pins, lint rollers, and so much more.  This is a great read for suggestions on what to pack!

 

After you say YES! Please visit with me to find out how I will create a wedding ceremony based on your vision, beliefs, and needs.

 

Inclusive Life Center & Chapel

1941 S 42nd Street, Suite 124 (office), Suite 314 (Chapel)

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

weddings@inclusivelife.org

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Dixie Quicks

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Help can't wait, cancer is not cheap. Please support Dixie Quicks while Rene is away trying to mend his body!
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While Rene is fighting for his body to heal, they need our help now! Rene said “Cancer is not cheap!” Please get to DQ for a meal or two, spread the word, re-post this, and let’s not just talk about help, let’s do it!

 

http://dixiequicks.com/

157 W Broadway Street, Council Bluffs, 51503

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6 Experiences to Go Through Together Before Getting Engaged—Straight From The Knot Editors

6 Experiences to Go Through Together Before Getting Engaged—Straight From The Knot Editors | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
See which experiences The Knot editors say you should go through together before getting engaged.
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Tis The Season…

For more than gift giving, food, and the holidays.  We are entering one of the biggest engagement season.  Generally, more engagements happen in Dec, Jan and Feb, than any other time of the year.

 

After you say YES! Visit with Chaplain Royal about premarital assessments, coaching, planning, and organizing your wedding ceremony, YOUR WAY!

 

2017 dates are still available, yet many are booked!  We recommend booking your officiant at least 10 months out for traditional dates and times.

 

Chaplain Royal is an award winning officiant, that has helped over 1,000 couples have their ceremony there way!  He serves all without exception, religious and nonreligious.

 

Inclusive Life Center

Chaplain Royal

www.inclusivelife.org/weddings

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What do I need and how can I give it to myself? A women’s self-compassion retreat.

What do I need and how can I give it to myself? A women’s self-compassion retreat. | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
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Women.

I am not one.  I came from one. 

Women.

I am not one.  And I need many.

Women.

I am not one. I am me because of one.

Women.

I need you.  You need me.

Women.

Women.

Women.

 

Women are those we need to celebrate, sing about, and love.

Women are those we need to thank, support, and love.

Women are those we need to encourage, help, and love.

Without them, we are nothing.  NOTHING!

 

As I get older, my mom gets smarter.  I have been encouraged, lifted up, loved, and celebrated by women, some 2nd mom’s to me.  Some sisters to me.  Some simply women in my life.  I could not live without them.  I could not be me without women.  I could not love without knowing the love of the women in my life.

 

And this all comes from an openly gay man who loves people… without exception without regard to their sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression. 

 

I thank you all.

I love you all.

I need you all.

 

Take care of yourselves.  There are a lot of us that need you.  Badly.

 

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COMMUNITY

COMMUNITY | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
COMMUNITY It takes a village... it did hundreds of years ago, and the same is true in 2016!  I need you, and you need me.  We ARE better together.  The Inclusive Life Center is pleased to be involved in many forms of outreach in our community.  Our community will be what WE make it!

MISSION STATEMENT:
Inclusive
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Spirit Award.

 

It has been said that recognition is a great motivator.  I think it is.  I also think that it is important to say “Thank You” to those that help make this world a better place.

 

Mother Teresa taught us that “there is more hunger for love and appreciation in this world than for bread.”

 

The Inclusive Life Center Spirit Award our way of thanking, recognizing, and a way to encourage people to continue fighting the good fight, and doing what they do to make the world a better place.

 

One such Spirit Award was given to Nathan Kramer on Sunday, October 20th.  Nathan Kramer has built events to bring people together in the name of food, fellowship, and the arts.  He and his wife Amy have a wonderful gift of creating, and sharing intentional space that brings people together in safer environments to learn, be, and grow.

 

Congratulations Nathan!  Thank you for all you do!

 

Inclusive Life Center

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1941 S. 42nd STE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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The 4 Stages of Creating Change

The 4 Stages of Creating Change | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Here are 4 simple steps for bringing change to your life: Stage 1: Mind-set The fundamental
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Change.

My three favorite quotes about change…

 

“Change for the sake of change, benefits no one.”

 

“It only takes one person to change your life.  You.”

 

“Choices, chances, and changes.  You must make a choice to take a chance or your life will never change.”

 

I know I know, change is scary.  It is not fun.  And change sometimes, hurts.  And we will, with 100% certainty, will experience change in our lives.

 

Sometimes change is beyond our control, sometimes we need it (even though we don’t want it), and sometimes we know that if we keep doing what we have been doing, we will always be where we are at, doing what we are doing.  And if that is not working, then it IS time for a change!

 

This blog is a great read about making change.

 

 

In life, before marriage, anytime is a good time for couples coaching. 

 

Inclusive Life Center

Chaplain Royal

1941 S. 42nd Street, Suite 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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SERVICES

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COACHING SERVICES

ASSESSMENTS AND PREMARITAL COACHING

Chaplain Royal is a Symbis Premarital Assessment Facilitator.  Each couple has different needs and budgets.  We offer the Assessment and 2-Hour Coaching Session, and the Assessment and 6-Sessions of Coaching.  Let's meet, no obligation or cost.  Choose Considering Coaching: http://inclusivelife.org/appointments/

ASSESSMENTS AND PREMARITAL COACHING

Chaplain Royal is a Symbis Premarital Assessment Facilitator.
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Marriage.

For those interested in simply planning a wedding, you have some work to do!  I can help you.  For those who are committed to the daily hard work that is based on communication, cooperation, and cuddling, let’s begin planning!

 

After you say yes!  Let’s meet and explore how we can insure your wedding day is special, beautiful, special, and your way!

 

Chaplain Royal

Inclusive Life Center & Chapel

1941 S 42nd Street, STE 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

Www.inclusivelife.org/weddings

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Home

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We Serve, Include, and Welcome Everyone!
Since 2009 The Inclusive Life Center and Chapel has served, included, and welcomed
all people without exception; religious and nonreligious. Our Fellowship Service
is the 1st Sunday of Each month, join us! The 3rd Sunday of Each month we gather
to work on a community service project and share
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New Web Site.

Take a look on your phone, tablet, or desktop.  Our new website launched this week.  There were a few bugs to work out, and our email was down for 6 hours.  That seems to be restored now!  I know there is 1-2 pages that I need to correct content on, busy week!

 

THANK YOU!

Chaplain Royal

Inclusive Life Center and Chapel

1941 S 42nd Street, Suite 124

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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Moments of Truth

Moments of Truth | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
One of my basic philosophical beliefs is that the life you create is a direct result of th
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Moments of Truth.

Sometimes we say, think, or imply that our life is a result of nothing but our choices, (like a light switch on/off), while there is TRUTH to that, I don’t believe or think, or feel that it is 100% of the truth about our lives.  I like the concept of moments of truth, they allow for us more freedom to accept other influences that are made of some things we control, and many things we can not or do not.

 

Life.  Religion.  Politics.  Family.  Friends.  Work.  Community.  We all have choices on what we choose to accept as what is important, what our truth is, how we will live our lives.  And I hope that each of us is intentional about what is important and that we live our own lives with the rules that we create for our own integrity, safety, values, goodness, and faith/thought.

 

Chaplain Royal

InclusiveLife.Org

1941 S 42nd Street STE 124 Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

 

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6 Reasons a Kid-Free Adventure Together is a MUST - SYMBIS Assessment

6 Reasons a Kid-Free Adventure Together is a MUST - SYMBIS Assessment | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Today, we’re sharing 6 reasons why taking a kid-free adventure together is a MUST for your marriage and your family.
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Date Night.

Grown Up Time.

 

Whatever you call it, DO IT!  AND when you do, I challenge you, NO, I INSIST that you leave your phones in car.  You don’t need them.  Focus on talking with each other.  I suggest to my couple to create a top 10 list, (movies, restaurants, parks, bands, clubs, places) you want to see/go to.  If you ever have an “I don’t know what to do moment” you have top ten list to draw from.

 

AFTER YOU SAY YES, book an appointment with me and learn how I create custom ceremonies for each couple based on their needs, values, and beliefs.  Premarital Assessments and Coaching available!

 

AND don’t forget to consider the Omaha Wedding Chapel for your upcoming event, meeting, or holiday party!  Space for up to 60 guests!  www.omahaweddingchapel.com

 

Chaplain Royal

www.InclusiveLife.Org

1941 S. 42nd Street Suites 124 and 314

Omaha, NE 68105

402-575-7006

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Ten Keys to Handling Unreasonable & Difficult People

Ten Keys to Handling Unreasonable & Difficult People | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Ten keys to handling unreasonable and difficul
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Difficult: needing much effort or skill to accomplish, deal with, or understand, not easy to please or satisfy.

 

People: the members of a family or kinship

 

Expectations: a belief that something will happen or is likely to happen, a feeling or belief about how successful, good, etc., someone or something will be.

 

Addictions: a strong and harmful need to regularly have something (such as a drug) or do something (such as gamble), an unusually great interest in something or a need to do or have something.

 

This articles does a great job of helping give some tools to deal with and better understand YOUR response when dealing with difficult people, some with addictions, that behave outside of your expectations.

 

We all have been difficult.  We all are people.  We all have expectations.  And, we many of us have had an addiction to something (food, alcohol, coffee, drugs, spending, etc.)  And at times it is overwhelming for us.  Some behavior we witness, or involved with hurts, causes disappointment, and in some cases grief. 

 

When the behavior is such that you no longer feel safe, good, or healthy, you must make fast decisions, and sometimes take drastic actions for self-reservation and to insure your safety.

 

Hurt people hurt people.  So don’t hurt people!

 

Chaplain Royal

Inclusive Life Center

 

I offer grief coaching, premarital assessments and coaching, and planning decisions for end of life.

 

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This Is What Our Universal Registry Redo Would Look Like

This Is What Our Universal Registry Redo Would Look Like | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
In partnership with Zola, this is how we'd register if we could go back in time and take advantage of their universal registry experience.
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Registries.

They are not one size fits all, or what works for you will work for everyone.  What are the rules.  What is “best?”  This is a great blog that explains most of these questions and will help guide you.

 

After you say yes!  Book an appointment with Chaplain Royal to discuss premarital assessment, coaching, and how he creates custom ceremonies from scratch for each couple, he never uses new names in an old script.

 

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Chaplain Royal

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The 4 Stages of Creating Change

The 4 Stages of Creating Change | Tips for brides | Scoop.it
Here are 4 simple steps for bringing change to your life: Stage 1: Mind-set The fundamental
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Creating Change.

For ourselves, for others, for what’s important.  What a task that can be.  Often times change is frustrating, scary, overwhelming, not fun, difficult, perhaps that is why so many people have a tough time with change.

 

Change can also be empowering, powerful, life-changing, rewarding, healing, and needed!  I say to people whom I coach, “If it is important enough to you, you will do it, you will make it happen.  If it is not, you won’t.”

 

This post is a great read about change and some steps we all can be reminded of to help us with change. Some of the greatest pains we have is removing ourselves from great difficulty that has become comfortable for us to live in. 

 

I recently made the decision to distance myself from an organization that is not healthy, that does not have enough emotional intelligence to keep people and grow the organization.  They remain stagnate and struggle to remain relevant.  I had been a part of this group for over 30 years.  After participating in the 5K at our State Fair, I realized that I can do anything, and I need to disregard that which prevents me from being my best and authentic self!  So if I can, and will.  I hope you will join me in doing so in your life!

 

HUG!

Chaplain Royal

Inclusive Life Center

First Sunday’s Fellowship at 4pm

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Fellowship

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No matter who you are, where you are from, who you love, or what you believe, you matter. You are welcome.
Chaplain Royal's insight:

1st Sunday’s at 4pm

3rd Sunday’s at 4pm

 

Community

Music

Meditation

Words

YOU!

 

NOTE: SEPT we have a special time and location.  See our fellowship page for details!

 

What do they have in common?  It is what we do on the 1st Sunday of each month at the Inclusive Life Center.  We meet… we meet each other where we are, each with our own beliefs, understandings, and truth.  We gather in community to share love, music, and words.  Come as you are!  No matter who you are, where you are from, who you love, or what you believe!

 

Inclusive Life Center Chapel

The Center Mall Level 3 OUTSIDE North Entrance

42nd and Center

1941 S 42nd Street, Suite 314

Omaha, NE 68005

402-575-7006

info@inclusivelife.org

 

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