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Family Booster Ministry hosts seventh edition of Lagos singles, married conference

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Family Booster Ministry hosts seventh edition of Lagos singles, married conference

L-R: Pastor Bisi and Yomi Adewale: The hosts of the program.

Published By: Michael Adesina

Plans have been concluded for this year’s Lagos Singles and Married Conference, scheduled to hold on October 29, at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos.

According to the organizers, Family Booster Ministry (FBM), a non-denominational ministry, this year’s conference, which is the seventh edition, promises to be exciting and impactful on lives.

The President of the ministry, Pastor Bisi Adewale, a renowned marriage coach, said that the conference is focused on equipping the married and singles, especially the youths in Nigeria with positive information in every area of their lives which include spiritual development, promoting healthy marriage, building good relationships, academic, career, association and others.

Adewale noted that the programme, tagged: ‘Marriage Without Tears’ is poised to bring together thousands of singles and married people from across the country and enlightened them on the principles of great marriage adding that the programme has become an annual event that has been inspiring and transforming.

In his words: “The focus of this conference is to talk about Great Marriage. We have poor marriage, turbulent marriage, a good marriage and great marriage. We will be opening the eyes of people to the difference between a good and great marriage and how to build a great marriage.”

The renowned marriage coach, who is a presidential member of American Association of Christian Counselors has written more than 100 books on marriage, parenting and family life and has been coaching people about building strong family life in the last 24 years, said this year’s edition will feature popular gospel artistes, including Tope Alabi; Omotola Sax and host of others.

Adewale, who said this year’s programme, the seventh edition is expected to host about 10,000 youths, informed that bringing Alabi and her husband to the conference, is to help couples and singles learn from their successful home, while they minister to the congregation.

According to him, the programme would be an awesome time in the presence of God for singles, married and the youthful populations of Nigeria.

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