The 21 Best Country Funeral Songs is part of our series on the best, most fitting, and most popular songs for funerals. Read the main article here. In that article you will find a list of the top 100 funeral songs, music by genre, and much more.
Music lovers of virtually every age and walk of life appreciate country music. From Willie Nelson to Carrie Underwood, these artists hold a special special place in our hearts. Country songs can depict every feeling out there, from happy and sad, to in love and silly, and back again.
Today, we’re placing a spotlight on those songs that make saying goodbye to a loved one just a little easier.
Below we have compiled a list of the 21 best country songs. These songs are sure to uplift and inspire you as you grieve your loss and prepare for the funeral. Each song featured on our list is appropriate for any funeral, with beautiful melody and wholesome lyrics.
Christians should consider training and serving as death doulas.
“Death” is probably the last word you would expect to find paired with “doula.” And no, this isn’t some sort of spiritual metaphor; it’s an actual job in a young but rapidly growing field. Let me explain.
A friend or loved one of yours has just passed away. You have been approached and asked to give the eulogy at his or her funeral. Of course you agree to do so; what an honor it would be! While it’s no easy task to write and deliver a eulogy, you are determined to do it, and do it well.
In this post, we are going to talk about cremains containers. This is a term many people search when looking for a cremation urn. In other words, a “container” for the “cremated remains.”
The fact that you’re looking for cremains containers means that you have experienced or anticipate the loss of a loved one. So let us first express our sincere condolences to you and your family. It is our hope and prayer that in this article you find the answers to your questions.
Here we present the very best In Loving Memory Quotes to help you honor your loved one. When someone you care about dies, it’s so easy to feel like you have so much to say but no words to say it.
We hope and pray that these eloquent quotes can provide you with the words to say in a eulogy, inscription, sympathy card, or other situations. May you receive comfort and encouragement in your time of great grief and sorrow.
Today we are going to talk about what to do when someone loses a pet.
When we lose a pet, it can feel like losing a member of the family. Pets really are part of the family, after all!
Most of us have experienced the death of a beloved animal friend in one way or another, but what do you do when it’s a friend or loved one who has just lost a pet? What can you say to bring them comfort? Should you send them a card? Is it ok to get them a gift?
Let’s talk about how best to show love and support to someone who has lost a pet.
In this article we are going to talk about visitations.
You have recently suffered the loss of a friend, acquaintance or co-worker. You are planning to attend the funeral, but are also thinking about going to the visitation. But should you? And exactly what is a visitation? Is a visitation the same thing as a wake or viewing?
The 21 Best Funeral Songs for Grandpa is part of our series covering the best and most popular songs for funerals. Read the main article here. You will find a list of the top 100 funeral songs, music by genre, and much more. Below, we expand on the best songs for your grandpa.
Grandfathers hold a special place in our hearts. From the time you were little until now, he has always been there, cheering you on wherever you are in life’s journey. Because the bond you have with your grandpa is strong, it goes without saying that when the time comes for you to say goodbye to him, the pain is very real, and it is very deep.
Your grandpa raised your father or your mother along with your aunts and uncles. He may have even raised you. He was such a strong, yet loving figure in your life, and now it is up to you to pick a playlist for his funeral.
Where do you even begin to look? What songs could possibly come close to honoring his life and the legacy he leaves behind?