Marriage clinic launched to reduce divorces

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The Founder and Visionary of the Unstoppable International Family Church (UIFC), Apostle Tinotenda Saruchena, has launched the marriage clinic which comes in the form of all-night prayers every second Friday of every month with the focus to provide counselling to couples, teaching young couples about the principle of marriage and to pray for marriages to be stable.
Speaking to this publication on the sidelines of the marriage worship all-night prayer which was hosted on Friday at State Lottery Hall in Harare under the theme “Matare ngaapere ndisipo/Close court cases”, Apostle Saruchena said the vision came to establish happy and lasting marriages in the wake of worrisome divorces cases across the globe.
“Marriage is something that the devil always fights and as Christians and people who should be enjoying the blessing of a marriage, we should boldly defend our blessing and fight against the devil. So during our prayer sessions, we pray for people’s marriages, and we teach them about how they can preserve their marriages and we also offer counselling services to couples,” said Saruchena
In his teaching during the service, Apostle Saruchena encouraged couples to love one another, live in peace, and be aware to avoid differences and unnecessary arguments.
“To all those in marriages, let love be your language in your homes. Respect one another and never be harsh to your partner,” he added
Meanwhile, some of the attendees who testified welcomed and thanked the Visionary for such a revelation of a marriage clinic saying it has already started yielding results in reviving and strengthening their marriages and relationships.
“I am happy that I got my love partner when I started coming to these services. It was a struggle for me to get a love partner before, but due to prayers and advice from the Apostle, I have done it,” she said.
Another attendee said, “As a man, I used to think that we should always be tough to our wives to earn respect but by coming to these sessions, my mind was transformed to understanding that a gentleman is someone who is kind and loves his wife,” he said.
The marriage worship night was also attended by great ministers of the gospel including Minister Mai Kuvheya.