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Hi Folks!

It’s February again and naturally you would expect the ubiquitous signs of ‘love in the air’. So much will be going down this month and talking about them would probably fill up a whole book! So I’ll just emphasize family and the serious implications of the quality of that basic social unit on the development and progress of our nation. If young people do not get the workings of (romantic) relationships and the purpose of marriage and family right, we would just end up fooling ourselves and recycling poor and harmful values and characters. Today, I’d like to share a link to an interactive programme I’m very optimistic about.

If you are single, engaged, or recently married, and you’ll be in Lagos next week, then here’s a really cool programme I think you’d find interesting and quite helpful. I’ve been attending Sunday services at the Covenant Christian Centre, Lagos, in the last 10 weeks, or so, and it’s been quite fulfilling and rewarding. You know that period when you just want to be away from the regular audience and familiar terrain, and you just want to be ‘alone’ to be refreshed with Wisdom and fuel for the greater journey ahead?

Whether marriage or even a serious relationship is not (necessarily) on your mind right now, or you can’t just wait to go down the aisle with that special someone, you could really derive a lot of benefit from an interactive singles forum at this time. The Singles’ Summit is an initiative of Covenant Christian Centre and it aims to shed Biblical light on relationships and make clearer the path that God would have us tread as Christian singles living in the 21st century.

The Interactive Forums Edition of the Singles Summit slated to hold on Saturday 19 February 2010 is aimed at creating an opportunity for every single to interact with individuals who have experienced what we all go through in our various relationships on a down-to-earth basis. It is a multiple-venue event which means that different topics are spread among different facilitators in the five (5) different venues.

In order to be at the venue where your topic(s) of interest will be discussed, it is imperative to pre-register and get a seat reserved for you. However, you can only register to be at one venue only. Here are further details about the Venues, Topics, and Speakers:

KNOT CENTRE
*God’s agenda for an individual as regards Love and Relationship – Dr. Tope & Dr. Yewande Oshodi
*A practical guide to relationship and marriage (Special focus on ATTRACTION)- Otome & Nkem Oyo
*Genotype compatibility and its mitigating effect on “Happily Ever After” 9Focus on sickle cell anaemia – Taiwo Osijo

LAGOON RESTAURANT (Hall 1)
*Earthen vessels: Discovering what lies beyond the physical attributes of an individual – Obinna & Ifeoma Abajue
*Pre-requisites for a successful marriage – Francis & Remi Ebuehi
*Supporting your Spouse’s vision – Gbenga & Bolanle Shobowale

LAGOON RESTAURANT (Hall 2)
*How to make your marriage work (Focus on Handling in-laws) – Harold & Vlaerie Obasohan
*Creating strong Financial Independence as a basis for a blissful marriage – Solomon Edun
*Submission in marriage (The woman’s support function that sustains her marriage) – Esther Edun

PLANET 1, Maryland, Ikeja, Lagos
*Communication and anger management in marriage – Michael Adesanmi
*Balancing family life, Career and workplace issues – Titi Adesanmi
*Securing your relationship/marriage against destruction when trouble arises – Wole Oludemi
*Factors to consider before saying “I DO” – Yemisi Odelola

SHELL HALL, MUSON CENTRE
*Bracing up for a blissful marriage – Yinka Odeyemi
*Compatibility and attraction (The Pros and Cons) – Pastor Poju Oyemade
*Basic principles for a harmonious relationship – Lanre Olushola
*Knowing what you really want – Lara Adio

So, if you want to register, just click this link!

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