Tips for Talking to Your Family About Your Funeral Plan
The benefits of pre-planning your own funeral services are undeniable. After you pass, your family members will be struggling to cope with their grief and they may not be thinking clearly enough to make crucial decisions. Funeral pre-planning relieves your loved ones of this burden, while ensuring that your wishes are carried out.
Mistakes to Avoid When It Comes to Funeral Planning
Funeral planning is always a difficult and emotional process. When you're faced with making major decision in the midst of shock and grief, making a mistake is easy.
20 Crazy Facts About The World’s Most Incredible Burial Sites
How to Remember Loved Ones, Funeral Memorialization, Honoring Family
Having the talk of a lifetime can make a big difference. It can reacquaint us with our loved ones and help us get to know them in a new and different way.
Why DNA Memorial?
Why you should collect your own or your deceased loved one's DNA
Funeral Scriptures: 20 Bible Verses For Funerals
Be inspired by these powerful Bible verses for funerals to read in memory of a loved one
Comparing Lawn and Mausoleum Crypt Options
Are you planning ahead for your own funeral or in the process of making final arrangements for a loved one who has passed?
To The Person 'Inconvenienced' By Our Funeral Procession
To the middle-aged woman who gestured angrily and yelled as we passed... To the 30-something man in the power suit who honked and forced his black SUV...
What to Tell Children About Funerals
I was recently browsing through the new gift shop at Mission San Juan Capistrano, admiring the jewelry and slowly making my way to my favorite corner of the store; the book section on Grief. I'm always finding new and intriguing titles there and this time, I stumbled upon a series of ...
What is Proper Funeral Etiquette?
Unfortunately this past week, my wife’s grandmother passed away. She was a fantastic woman whom I was fortunate enough to know for a very long time. I was overjoyed seeing how many people came out to pay their respects and support our family. But I realized that sometimes it’s not just m