PAW Bishop, Dr. Leo M. Simpson Conduct Mass Wedding In Monrovia

The Diocesan Bishop of the of the West African Council of the 35th Episcopal District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), Dr. Leo M. Simpson has conducted a mass wedding for four couples, four of whom was pastors of four churches of the PAW Churches in Liberia .

They include, District Elder, James Kollie and Sister Nenkpeh D. Morris of the New Life Pentecostal Church located in Weinsue, Bong County.

Elder Emmanuel Simujal and Sister Fatu Simuja of Calvary Church of Hope Pentecostal Church Manshan located in Bong County, Minister PAYE B.Nukolo and Sister Melvina Sarwee of the House of Prayer located in Bong County and Junior Flomo and Sister Sarah Fanniah of the Greater Light Pentecostal Church located in Cassel Farm in Margibi County.

Bishop Simpson joined the couples in holy matrimony at the “Faith in God Pentecostal Church” on Front Street in Monrovia yesterday

Bishop Simpson disclosed that, until a couple is joined together in marriage legally both traditionally (through bride prize) and blessed in the church it is wrong for them to cohabit.
According to him “the people of the West African Council of the 35th Episcopal District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World (PAW), rely more on marriage which encourages them to cohabit with more than one wife without paying their bride prices.
Bishop Simpson stated that marriage is meant for the prepared adults, “some people refer to their marriages as dead while still alive due to lingering issues that are not tackled on time thereby causing couples not to talk to one another even while living in the same apartment”.

Furthermore, he said marriage is a life time commitment which should be built on love and companionship.

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