Life Update: The Hand that Wounds, is the Same Hand that Restores
In October of 2020, eight months after Mo’ died, I officially began a relationship with Mumbi. I knew her from my time as a pastor at Mamlaka Hill Chapel. She’s never been married before.
We are both as surprised as you might be at this turn of events because neither of us expected it. I wasn’t looking to date at that time, and there wasn’t any pressure in my personal and family life that was bearing upon me to move in that direction.
Marriage: A Delightfully Difficult Mountain to Climb
We celebrated our first year anniversary this week. Despite the cold weather and the anniversary falling on a Monday, the blues had nothing on us: our home was filled with warmth by our palpable excitement, hearty waves of laughter, and thanksgiving as we reminisced the journey to the wedding and the delightfully difficult mountain we have climbed thus far. Join me as I jot down my musings from the past year …
One year down, the rest of our lives to go!
Regardless of the effort put in preparation for a good marriage, a couple will only learn actively and practically when they tie the knot. I am confident that my husband and I prepared well, but we still had a tone of lessons to learn in…