IS EXCHANGE OF MARITAL VOWS IMPORTANT?

https://open.spotify.com/episode/1pt3TGWnToNZ8KCZs2LESI?si=IFnFpj1aRf60VgG2jnHRCQ&dl_branch=1 I have always maintained that marriage begins the day both parents handed their children over to themselves with their consent which is often accompanied by the ceremony we call "Traditional Wedding". However, traditional commemorations don't allow us to exchange vows in what is reckoned to be a covenant. This may not be a big... Continue Reading →

THE LANGUAGE & TRUTH OF GOD

Oftentimes, we argue what we call "truth", we have our truths and what we hold to be true eventually becomes a lie or half-truth for another person. For example, to some people, an example of truth is that the man and the woman are equals and to another person, it is a lie, while to... Continue Reading →

Women Are Saviours

Weeks or months ago, there was a social media trend all over Africa particularly between the East and West Africa. Although it was largely jokes, it is as a result of a subtle agitation against women who often see men as money bags and see those who don't give them money as stingy. The trend... Continue Reading →

Solving Marital Problems Before Marriage

Marriage is not a child's play. Marriage isn't like those relationships where you are still trying to woo someone into trusting you and falling for you. During those times, we pretend about a lot of things, we try our best to be loving, caring, kind and forbearing. While it doesn't take long for some people's... Continue Reading →

When the rich dates the poor

I don't know if this narrative is prevalent everywhere in the world but this will be familiar to Africans, at least, Nigeria where I come from. In one of our singles meetings in Church, we were discussing about relationship when I noticed a perception many ladies have. They believe that a woman shouldn't help a... Continue Reading →

How I Engaged My Fiancée

Love is a beautiful thing and most times we become too mechanical in expressing it. When our expression of love is limited to what we learnt from TV and not really what comes from our own heart, we have failed big time. I question things, I hate certain status quos and I don't like doing... Continue Reading →

Women, the institute of sacrifice

Stephen (Dr Miki) made a Facebook post some time ago about compromise in relationships and marriage as an ingredient to making it work. It inspired these thoughts of mine about women as the ones who have gained more mastery in the art of compromise and sacrifices for the sake of relationship or marriage especially. My... Continue Reading →

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