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Funeral Sermons: A Do-it-Yourself Project?
Funeral Sermons: A Do-it-Yourself Project?

Who you ask to give a funeral sermon is one of the most important decisions youll make during the funeral planning process. Thats because so much more than the color of the casket or the types of funeral flowers on display, the sermon provides spiritual and emotional comfort to all those in attendance. Regardless of your religion or views on the afterworld, a moving sermon can help you come to terms with your grief and open you up to others who are in a similar state of shock.How the Funeral Sermon WorksIn most cases, a religious official is hired to oversee a memorial... more »


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The District of Columbia is the capital city of the United States of America. A lot of great landmarks like the White House, Supreme Court and the Capitol are located in here. Another landmark in the city is the building of the FBI. It was the then president George Washington who chose the District of Columbia or more known as Washington to be the nation's capital. It was founded in July 16, 1790 but became America's capital on June 11, 1800 and it was the ex-president John Adams and his family who first lived in Washington. The city was designed by a Frenchman named Major Pierre Charles L'Enfant in the year 1791.

Aside from being the center of America's government, District of Columbia has also its own share of the great and famous Americans like John Edgar Hoover, Al Gore, Carl Bernstein, Benjamin Oliver Davis, Gene Davis, Edward "Duke" Ellington, Pat Buchanan, Adrian Dantley and John Foster Dulles.

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