Showing posts from September, 2020

God helped us to overcome our challenges- Damilola

Hello, Welcome again to our sexual purity testimony segment on this blog.  The aim of this segment is to share testimonies of how ladies kept a sexually pure courtship with their fiance and to also let you know that some people are still choosing to be pure in the midst of the things that goes on in the society. Even if along your sexual purity journey, you made some errors, you can always make amends and choose to do things rightly. Meet our guests for today: Name : Damilola and Akinyemi Akinmola Damilola speaks: It is a thing of joy for me that I was able to keep my virginity all through  my teenage years. I promised myself that I would keep my virginity till marriage; maybe I should have promised myself to keep my lips too. I however thank God for His mercy. Akinyemi speaks:   The journey started three years ago at Federal University Oye Ekiti, Ikole campus to be precise. It all started as a brother and sister relationship in the fellowship because as at then, she was a worker in th

Should you cohabit with your fiance?

Hello young lady and teen girl, Today, I will be writing on a very interesting topic.  " Should you cohabit with your fiance?" Cohabitation is an arrangement where two people who are not married live together. There are two types of cohabitation that I know: 1. Campus coupling, commonly practised in tertiary institutions where a 'boy friend' and 'girlfriend', are living together. 2. A legal arrangement of partnership, practised in some developed countries, where two people live together, for years, mostly throughout their lifetime, even bear children, but without the 'marriage' attachment. This partnership is fast replacing legal marriage. I will focus on the first type of cohabitation I described (the campus coupling). What are the reasons why people cohabit? 1. Some couples claim that they should live together to see if they are compatible or not. 2. I love him so much that I can't let him go 3. Financial pressure,  that is, to save money. 4. Acc