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or many engaged couples, the days leading up to the wedding are hectic. There are last minute details to


arrange and guests to accommodate, but for Amberle Durano and Hunter Brown, the most important pre- wedding activity was not for their own comfort, but to help others. On May 2, one day before their wedding, Durano and Brown, along with their wedding party, volunteered at Buckner Family Pathways in Dallas, hosting a craft and playtime for the children.


“When we think about our wedding and trying to show the gospel through all


parts of it, we thought serving others was a great way to do that,” Brown said. The couple wanted to take advantage of the one time in their lives when all their closest friends and family would be together by creating a sweet time of service. They hoped this event would set the tone for their [Continued on page 22]


Photo above by Matt Allen


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