What’s the point of loving someone when they can’t even feel it? What makes it stand out is that it is tailored to suit African couples, bearing in mind our peculiar cultural values, and loaded with plentiful true-life stories to learn from.
Every single should own a copy, and heed the advice contained therein. What I Wish I Knew Before I Got Married by Kay Coles James I’ve always said that if I had to choose only two books apart from the Bible to prepare me for marriage, this would definitely be one of them.
Although marriage traditions may vary from rural to urban areas, weddings in Nigeria often follow several common customs.
It was unbelievably thrilling to read practical advice here- actual tricks and tips you thought you’d only find in Cosmo and definitely not in a book written by Christian ministers. I learnt the most unlikely things, but I’ll tell you about them when I do a book review. What No One Tells the Bride by Marg Stark This is the other book I’d choose if I had to read only two books apart from the Bible to prepare for marriage.
The groom's family usually travels to the home of the bride's family and presents a letter requesting the woman's hand in marriage.
Traditional dances and the offer of a dowry are part of the process to persuade the bride's family to accept the letter.
may be a little confusing, since nowadays it sometimes seems to imply something a little more serious than what we intend it to mean in relation to youth in the Church.
There are two different types of dating: With casual dating, there is no exclusivity.