The groom, a priest, is ready for the wedding of the year.
Warcraft Priest has a message for his audience: Stay tuned.
For a long time, I’ve had to put the wedding in the background.
Now I’m excited to tell you the story of the journey from an outsider to an insider.
I was an outsider from the very beginning.
I was born in China, but it took me six years to learn English, even though my father is a retired Army sergeant.
I studied Mandarin and learned Chinese at the same time.
When I got to America, I was an immigrant from China.
But it was a big surprise for me to learn that my mother was a missionary from a missionary family in the Philippines.
It was a really big surprise.
I had no idea.
My family didn’t speak English.
But we did everything in English.
I had to learn how to do the dishes and clean the house.
I learned how to make my own clothes.
I took the first classes in Chinese.
My mother was in a restaurant in Hong Kong.
She taught me English, but I had to pay her.
I paid $20 to $30 a month.
In college, I met a guy in San Francisco who taught me the basics of English, including the basic vocabulary.
We became friends.
He taught me about the Bible and other Bible stories.
We met at a church.
I went to the funeral.
When we married, I got a copy of the Bible.
He took it and we read the Bible together.
It wasn’t easy, but we came out of the ceremony looking like good Christians.
I thought, What a blessing.
I got the blessings of God that I needed.
I knew that the wedding was going to be great.
I wanted it to be the best I could do.
But the wedding didn’t take place until I graduated.
I stayed home, got a degree, worked as a janitor, worked for an airline, and was on a job for 10 years.
Then, in 2005, I went back to China and was a priest in China.
The wedding was a huge success.
It went from being a surprise to a big deal.
I met so many people and became friends with them.
It was a shock.
It took me a while to realize that I wasn’t the only one who had to do this.
I didn’t know how to be an outsider.
I thought that when I married, the groom was going in and the bride was going out.
When they were together, the bride would say, “It’s OK, the wedding is going to take place.”
And the groom would say the same thing.
The bride would look at the groom, and she’d say, I am so sorry.
It felt like an outsider, too.
I don’t understand why.
The bride had a lot of expectations, a lot to prove.
She had to be a real good Christian and have a real understanding of her husband’s faith.
She couldn’t say, Well, I’m not a Christian.
She didn’t have to say it.
But she needed to be honest.
She was supposed to marry a Chinese man, but the wedding took place in China so she didn’t marry a foreign man.
And the bride had to live with her husband for the rest of her life.
It’s the same situation with a Korean couple.
I lived with my husband for seven years.
We had a really hard time with our divorce.
My husband had no faith.
I believed that God was watching over us.
But when he married me, it took place so fast that I didn.
You have to live in your faith.
You have to be very, very, committed.
If you don’t, you can get burned.
I’ve been burned by God for 15 years.
I think I’ve just been a witness to my own faith.
When I married my husband, I wanted to be able to tell him that I was a Christian, that I wanted the marriage to be perfect, that the ceremony would be beautiful, that we would live a happy life together.
I think that my wife and I both have a vision of how we want to live our lives together.
We want to have the best wedding possible.
We hope to have our kids grow up happy, happy, and healthy.
I want them to be good people.
We’re both trying to be better people.
We don’t think we’re going to live long enough to have a good marriage, but my wife said that she would like to live until the day we die.
And I said, Well you have to know that I can’t live forever.
You can’t have it all.
You’re going through this thing and we are going through it together.
We are a family of six.
We have three kids.
Our youngest is 11 years old, and our oldest is 15.
They’re all very, really happy