Wedding Clip


Here’s a short clip from our wedding:

Note: I want to give a shout out to Kievsky, Harold, and Palmetto Patriot who bought us some wedding gifts through Target, William Rome and Kyle Rogers who were in the wedding, and Jack Ryan who came down from Chicago. We also had some other gifts delivered here this morning, but I didn’t immediately recognize who sent them.

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  1. It made me so happy to see that!

    As someone whose been married 16 years, I can tell you staying together is worth it. The fine wine of a long marriage is so much better (for me, at least) than the cheap “grape drank” of sexual novelty and the PUA lifestyle.

    When you raise high achieving children, it’s a real accomplishment, and it can be done. You have to arrange your life around the kids. You don’t have “adult recreations” and separate that from “kid recreations” and send the kids off to some mass media crap entertainment. For example, people who send their kids to some pop concert at the casino while they drink and gamble. You do wholesome activities as a family with the kids — hiking, camping, long distance bicycling, fishing, and a really good thihng is to have some kind of home business or industry that the kids can contribute to like producing some food.

    Kids really appreciate it when you provide structure and discipline and set a strong example. My daughter has very much adopted the healthy, diligent, and intellectual lifestyle of my wife and me. This is your chance to mold your children into strong, good people with minimal vices and character flaws. Parents are stronger than mass media influence, so long as we are confident in our authority and rightness.

  2. Great clip, Mr. & Mrs. Griffin. I can’t wait to see a longer version. You both looked stunning.

    Can you please post your POB address again or one in which to send wedding gifts?

    All the best for eternity and beyond.

  3. “Is this a Papist church?”

    Due to their very early embrasure of Protestantism you will find that both high church Anglicans and Lutherans share in the the old style. Puritans, snake handlers, and holy rollers of all stripes are appalled of course.

  4. Thanks for the picture posts of your great day. The sanctuary scene is bright and beautiful. I appreciate all the artwork, windows, organ, etc. Newer church buildings are too ‘institutional’. Can’t afford to build them like that anymore.

  5. I’m glad to hear it! Lutheranism, of the orthodox or conservative kind, is the best version of Christianity for Aryans. Luther knew the nature of the eternal enemy.

  6. Luther’s treatise on “The Tribe”, our enemy of all enemies and of the descendants of Esau and Cain, is a beautiful piece of both thought and prose.

    Depicted is a beautiful church with all the high art, architecture and intelligent considerations that once made “us” different from the amoral rabble that now not only surrounds us but has infected the host.

    God bless you all and good luck. We’ve been married 33 years. Stick with it, for times are trying.

  7. Congratulations Hunter, good luck to you two and God bless. You won’t ever regret doing the right thing. Great visual you will hold dear for life.

  8. Hunter Wallace says:

    ‘It is a Missouri Synod Lutheran Church which is conservative. ELCA is liberal.’

    Hunter, it appears that every church denomination has signed on to the – White Replacement program.

    Lutherans resettle 10,095 refugees in US in FY2013

    Posted by Ann Corcoran on November 1, 2013

    (snip) In fiscal year 2013, refugees were resettled in 186 communities in 49 states. For FY2014, President Barack Obama has authorized the admission of up to 70,000 refugees. Over 60 nationalities are expected to be admitted, with continued strong arrivals from Iraq, Burma, and Bhutan.

    “Thousands of people overseas and across the United States make the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program possible each year,” added Abeles. “Their successes are a testament to the effective partnership between the public and private sectors, and express America’s commitment to being a country of refuge.”

    LIRS welcomes refugees and migrants on behalf of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, and the Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, thereby following God’s call to welcome and lifting up the importance of congregations in the work of welcome.

    In the next paragraph they say they are lobbying for “comprehensive immigration reform.” (snip)

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