Hmmm … since you want erevyone to guess, I think your favorite is funerals, since it’s less obvious. No doubt you want to get across the message that it’s a joyful occasion when the deceased is a believer. And we all know how much you personally are looking forward to heaven! However, as someone who never knows the right thing to say to comfort someone, I think I’d prefer doing weddings. Also, being around my Dad after funerals he’s done, I think it took a toll on him having to comfort so many grieving family members. It’s just not an easy thing in our society to celebrate death. I asked my Dad once if it was harder doing funerals for someone who hadn’t professed Christ, and he said “not really; it’s more about comforting the ones they’ve left behind.”