- Two African youth pastors who are role models to Tottenham youths walk down the aisle in London
- The couple met three years ago in the church, Kingdom Life Youth, London
- While the groom is from Nigeria, the bride is a Gambian
Two youth pastors recently got married in London.
The two are pastors of a youth ministry in Tottenham called Kingdom Life Youth, London, Prophet Onyeka Power from Nigerian weds Pastor CyyCyy Bass, a Gambian, said yes to each other despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The two are helping young people in gangs and knife crime change their lives around through the gospel in Tottenham where the crime rate is so high.
Prophet Power met Pastor Bass three years ago in the church where they were saddled with the responsibility to hold youth services every Wednesday in their church Tottenham called Kingdom Life Ministries with Bishop EO Ansah as the head pastor.
They mentor and look after the needy not just within the church (Kingdom Life Ministries) but the community of Tottenham.
The couple are role models to a lot of young people living in Tottenham and its environs. They have impacted a lot of lives and help young people in gangs come out of it. This is easier for them to achieve as Prophet Power is an ex-gang member.
Check out a video from their wedding ceremony below:
In another news, Legit.ng reported that marriage has, indeed, been a beautiful run for popular Nigerian clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman, and his wife, Lizzy, as they have taken to social media to celebrate 16 years of being married to each other.
The cleric who is well known for being vocal on social issues took to his official page on Twitter to celebrate his beloved wife on the special occasion of their wedding anniversary.
He captioned their photo: "22 years ago heaven sent me a gift, a friend and an example of a virtuous woman and 16 yrs today we got married...thank you Lord for keeping us together..it's my 16th marriage anniversary..to God be the glory."
In a different tweet, the man of God explained that having an understanding of each other is one of the keys to a successful marriage. "One of the keys to a successful union is having the understanding that you both are 'work in progress'...perfect people don't marry, they are called immediately to heaven. (Heb 11.5)" his tweet read.
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