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Jesus Saves Church Discuss Family Conflicts, Suggest Solutions
Published Mar 23, 2023 IN METRO,
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THE senior pastor of Jesus Saves Church Asaba, Osita Ufuegbunem, has preferred ways for couples to manage conflicts in their marriages and savor the fullness of God’s blessings in their families and society.

Speaking at the first edition of its media parley tagged “Peace and Conflict Management in The Family, “organized by the Sunday School Department of the church, the cleric stressed the need for tolerance in human relationships.

In his words, “conflicts are inevitable in our society, church or environment. To ensure peace, one has to be an agent of peace, whether from the church or the community. Wherever we find ourselves, let us be the first to institute peace.

“Also, the best place to enjoy tranquility in marriage is in Africa because it is void of divorce and separation compared to other foreign countries. As Africans, we endure, persevere, love, and tolerate each other,” he said.

Meanwhile, the Sunday School Superintendent, Ms. Patience Oyibocha, submitted that the event theme was drawn from the Sunday School Manual (SSM) on family, peace, conflicts, and management.

According to her, “for the past three weeks, in our Sunday School Manual (SSM), we have been discussing conflict and division in the family. So, we created a platform to discuss what they taught us.

Oyibocha reeled out two levels of conflicts which she categorized as major and minor, just as she stressed the need for couples to understand themselves and manage conflict for their children and society.

One of the panelists, Mrs. Rosemary Osita, defined conflict as a disagreement between two persons and, if not correctly managed, could result in struggles and affect the peace in the home.

Another panelist, Mrs. Faith Igwe, pointed out some significant causes of conflict in the home, including a lack of trust. “If you do not trust your partner, a little misunderstanding, if not tamed, will escalate.

Similarly, Mr. Innocent Ashibuogwu held that “the problem in our world today is that women want to rub shoulders with men.” God created man first before woman putting him in control and the head of the home”.

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