SINGLES AND MARRIED ADVISED TO ALWAYS SEEK GOD IN THEIR AFFAIRS

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CA INIUBONG UWA, INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT BBSFF WHILE ADDRESSING PARTICIPANTS DURING THE SEMINAR

…Marriage Blessings recommended as the hallmark for procreating God-fearing Children

Zaknor Urang

The singles and married brethren  have been encouraged to always seek divine intervention in all their prospects.

Christ Ambassador Iniubong Uwa, the International President of the Blessed Brothers and Sisters Family Fellowship while handing down this advice, called on BCS brethren who are in marital and premarital relationships to always pray and invite God to their midst at all times.

He said brethren must learn to always put God first in every  plan they make so as to guarantee perfection in all ramifications.

Christ Ambassador  Uwa, speaking while addressing a cross section of participants at the BCS world headquarters,34 Ambo Street, Calabar, Cross River state during the maiden edition of the Fellowship’s seminar organised for both single and married brethren also pointed out the importance of marriage blessing, which according to him, is the hallmark for breeding God-fearing children.

The international President of the fellowship also in his presentation charged young brothers and sisters never to be afraid of getting married in their stage of life, noting that it will help reduce the likelihoods of fornications and other vices.

On his path, Archbishop Johnson Ikpeme, one of the guest speakers during the seminar cautioned couples on the need to be bonded by effective communication, describing it as the trademark for a successful relationship.

Archbishop Ikpeme who spoke on the topic: “Communication as an Effective Tool towards Effective and Healthy Relationship” advised married and singles in BCS to keep their relationships alive through effective communication.

Ikpeme who described a relationship without frequent communication as a failed one, charged them to always open up to their partners with every amount of sincerity, adding that no relationship thrives on falsehood.

Expressing delight over the initiative, the coordinator of the fellowship for Cross River State, Christ Ambassador Eno Ikwen in his remark, thanked the international officials and the participants for honoring the invitation to the symposium.

He therefore, urged all to abide by the teachings learnt even as he assured them that the fellowship is always available to attend to their pressing issues regarding any challenges encountered in their relationships.

Some of the participants who spoke to New Kingdom Trumpet shortly after the programme said they were grateful to the Blessed Brothers and Sisters Family Fellowship and promised to live by the admonitions.

Highpoint of the event was an interactive session where participants presented challenges in their various relationships and received useful answers.

While premarital relationships are permissible in BCS, it is instructive to note that pre-marital sex is prohibited.

Thank you Father!!!

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