29 August 2011
 
Two beautiful white hearts stood majestically on either side of the stage. A little red here and a splash of black there, completed the MOV/DOD date night on Friday 27 August at Watoto Church Central.

Jonathan Butler's “All I Want” was beautifully performed in a musical special by Brian Abaho. The item set the tone for a dazzling evening of love, relationships and Godliness.

Relationship gurus, John and Helen Burns from Vancouver, Canada expounded on the challenges there can be with “Understanding Men and Women”.



“We are created not to frustrate each other, but to help each other,” said Helen. She encouraged the women to walk in a way that is pleasing to God. "By so doing, He will lead you to the right relationships."
On the side of men, John emphasised the need for commitment and trust in order to build lasting relationships. “Wisdom is the strength that is required to build strong and healthy relationships,” he said.



At the end of the night, everyone went home with inspired hearts, ready and empowered to share God's gift of love.
 
 
 
 
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