DIKGALAOPENG – Cornerstone Christian Ministry (CCM) held a marriage seminar in honour of women and the role they play in marriages at Dikgalaopeng village CCM head office outside Groblersdal.
Amongst the guests of honour at the seminar were Kgoshi Boleu II who is also a Pastor and Dr KC Harrington, founder of Church on the Move together with his wife Bishop Makgoshi Tebogo Harrington.
Prophet Jones Magaga, CCM Minister, said in the background of women’s month celebrations, they saw a need to host the seminar to honour women in general and the role they played in marriages.
Magaga said they believed the seminar would provide men and children an opportunity to share and understand what women in marriages went through.
The minister said that would also help men understand the impact emotional and physical abuse women were forced to endure behind closed doors in homes.
Magaga added the seminar was blessed to have enjoyed the attendance of Kgoshi Boleu II, Bishop KC Harrington and his wife Bishop Makgoshi Tebogo Harrington.
Magaga explained: “We need to take time out once in a while to appreciate our partners, tell them how much they mean to us and refrain from hurting them because God created marriages as a legal union between a man and a woman. Let us honour God through respecting, caring and loving other, especially women and children.
He further said a married man cannot befriend or take marital advice from single men and that the same applied to married women.
“I am truly honoured to be here in the presence of our spiritual father and father of the community of Tafelkop Hon. Kgoshi Harry Rammupudu, Kgoshi Boleu II, members of the CCM and Pastors, who made the seminar a success,” said Magaga.
Magaga concluded that men were supposed to be protectors, providers and most of all, shoulders to lean on.
“Instead, we have become prodigal fathers and sons and we have also become abusers, rapists of our women. I am appealing to all women to forgive us men for our wrong doings and pray for men to hear and see God in their actions,” concluded Magaga.