By Ngange Divine
Couples in the CBC Health Services Central Administration family, have had a time of relaxation to focus on their marriages and to bond with other couples.
Organized by the Head Chaplain of CBCHS Central Administration – Rev. Fongoh Godwin , the highly spirited Couples Fellowship was a time well spent. Representing the Director of Health Services, the Deputy Director in Charge of Administration and Finance , Mr. Warri Denis called on the over 25 couples in attendance to use the fellowship as a forum to strengthen their marriages so that they can be more productive at work.
The menu was so ‘sweet’ such that participants requested for more of such fellowships or seminars to enable them take time off work stress not only to bond with their spouses, but also to learn better ways of making their marriages even stronger. The menu included among others; romantic dances as couples, a session of deep reflection over some incisive questions proposed and shared by the main facilitator, Rev. Fongoh Godwin and a fellowship meal. Light-hearted camaraderie and laughter characterized the occasion from start to finish. The couples immortalized the event with great pictures.
The couples fellowship is the brainchild of the Director of CBC Health Services Professor Tih Pius Muffih who has continuously used the end of year to encourage marriages within the institution to be exemplary and live up to expectation in their matrimonial homes.
He has congratulated all weddings that usually are characteristic of end of year seasons within the CBC Health Services, for newly weds to learn to grow in love and understanding of their spouses.