Being pastor’s wife isn’t ‘easy’, you ‘share’ him with the congregation -Ceccy Twum
Gospel Vocalist Ceccy Twum has revealed the conditions involved in getting hitched to a man of God, preacher, pastor or Minister of the gospel, adding that it’s not an easy ride to be better-half of a pastor.
As indicated by the Gospel Artiste who is hitched to a pastor, their calling as heads of the congregation makes it hard for their companions to have them all to themselves.
Ceccy Twum made the disclosure in an interview monitored by African Editors in Accra.
She said now and again individuals from the congregation think the Man of God is their real property and, consequently, these preachers invest little energy with their church members.
She observed that some congregation members could call at unholy hours when the couple should make some peaceful memories.
“Assuming you’re a woman who needs consideration, it will be hard to stand out enough to be noticed in case you’re hitched to a man of God on the grounds that their time is for the congregation,” she expressed.
“To the women out there, I need to advise you that getting hitched to a pastir is difficult. As a a man of God’s better half, you share your better half with others in the congregation,” Ceccy Twum added.
She further stated that being a spouse of a man of God, pastor, preacher or Minister of the gospel is a calling and doesn’t come simple.
Source : africaneditors.com
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