Passionate Love is a must read for all couples who desire to create and maintain a lasting love and passion filled marriage. In Passionate Love, Pastor George Mwansa outlines how husbands ought to love their wives by systematically drawing lessons from Christ's love for the church. He also gives wives guidelines on how to submit to their husbands – God's way.
made today; the moment when there is still no agreement between a husband and his wife. The husband, in those rare occasions, has the responsibility to make the decision. He must, however, remember that when he makes that decision it should be in the best interests of his family. To give this subject some balance, I will now turn my attention to wives. Wives please take note of the following: 1. Wives, please, I beg of you to remember your husbands in prayer at least three times a day. Pray daily that God will guide them into m a k i n g c o r r e c t decisions. You know very well that if they make bad photo
Passionate love The words passion, love and marriage are almost inseparable, yet most marriages are devoid of both passion and love – what remains is simply the marriage.Passionate Love is a must read for all couples who desire to create and maintain a lasting love and passion filled marriage.In Passionate love, George Mwansa outlines how husbands ought to love their wives by systematically drawing lessons from Christ`s love for the church. He also gives wives guidelines on how to submit to their husbands – God`s way. Pastor George Mwansa Pastor George Mwansa is a pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. He has served as a district pastor, conference and union departmental director, lecture at the Zambia Adventist Seminary and communication director for the Eastern Africa and Southern Africa – Indian Ocean Division. As communication director, he also served as editor of outlook [Eastern Africa Division general paper] and Adventist Echo [Southern Africa – Indian Ocean Division general paper]. He has also served as a lecturer in the faculty of theology and religious studies at Solusi University, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. He studied at Solusi University before he went for graduate studies at Andrews University`s theological seminary in Berrien Springs, Michigan, USA.