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CGB Church to address VI’s ‘Intimacy issues’

...with seminar to improve love life and reduce broken heartedness
Recognising that citizens of the Virgin Islands (VI) are struggling with intimacy issues, while others are breaking up or divorcing, the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church (CGBBC) is getting ready to attack what they call ‘spiritual emptiness and broken heartedness’ in the territory. Photo: VINO/File
Pastor Turnbull noted “that relationships, intimacy and sacredness are all intertwined and people often struggle with them. In addressing different areas, he said people would learn the power of sexual attraction; keys to a strong intimate bond; protecting trust, commitment and love in a lifelong sacred relationship; and spiritual intimacy with God and partner. Photo: VINO/File
Pastor Turnbull noted “that relationships, intimacy and sacredness are all intertwined and people often struggle with them. In addressing different areas, he said people would learn the power of sexual attraction; keys to a strong intimate bond; protecting trust, commitment and love in a lifelong sacred relationship; and spiritual intimacy with God and partner. Photo: VINO/File
CANE GARDEN BAY, Tortola, VI – Recognising that citizens of the Virgin Islands (VI) are struggling with intimacy issues—while others are breaking up or divorcing—the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church (CGBBC) is getting ready to attack what they call ‘spiritual emptiness and broken heartedness’ in the territory.

“To help improve the lives of couples, those divorced, engaged and single, the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church is hosting a Come Closer Intimacy and Relationship Seminar on March 27th and 28th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. nightly,” the church said in a press release dated March 16, 2019. 

Collaboration

According to the release, the seminar is free and Senior Pastor, Dr Melvin A. Turnbull along with First Lady Marion M. Turnbull of the Cane Garden Bay Baptist Church are teaming up with Dr Isaac James and Wendy Schaeffer to discuss the many ways people can improve their love life, grow their relationship and walk closer with God.

Pastor Turnbull noted “that relationships, intimacy and sacredness are all intertwined and people often struggle with them. In addressing different areas, he said people would learn the power of sexual attraction; keys to a strong intimate bond; protecting trust, commitment and love in a lifelong sacred relationship; and spiritual intimacy with God and partner.

Age restricted

This seminar is for couples, divorced, engaged and even singles and due to the sensitive topics, it will be age restricted for age 17 and over

8 Responses to “CGB Church to address VI’s ‘Intimacy issues’ ”

  • Church say (17/03/2019, 13:56) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    Amen
  • VIlander (17/03/2019, 15:57) Like (15) Dislike (19) Reply
    strupes….If Jesus was a virgin & his mother was a virgin and he is the example for christians to follow then don't you expect hey will have issues with intimacy??? Religion screwed black people over
  • Hmmm (17/03/2019, 16:05) Like (16) Dislike (5) Reply
    Says the church whose members hide their martial issues......whatever
  • bay (17/03/2019, 16:28) Like (18) Dislike (1) Reply

    I think he should practice what he is preaching. MR **** I were having problem with my husband and you learn about it and you take your speech from me . All I say I have nothing to tell you or any one because when we shut up in the house only who god him and my self knows and every one will see true colors and it happens and MR **** I hope you tell him how god want all of us to live and leave the judging to him I am so glad we have a heavenly judge these so call Sunday dress up is who does put down people instead of giving encouraging words.

    • Hmmm (23/03/2019, 05:06) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Those people r the biggest fakes , act n like Christian fool n people but u can't fool THE ALLMIGHTY! Revelation tells us who HE will b judging first( THE CHURCH!) learn2 love Mr Christian man.
  • Seriously (18/03/2019, 05:05) Like (22) Dislike (9) Reply
    I can't believe anyone would be stupid enough to take marital advice from a church!

    You only get one life, treat people the way you want to be treated, lead an honest, giving, loving loving life and if you're not happy or content with who you're with move on until you are.
    It's 2019 - you don't have to stay in a relationship if it doesn't work anymore! Find one that does! Just make sure that your well-being & the well-being of others such as kids are top priority.
    Life's too short to be praying to a pretend God for change or happiness. Make it happen yourself!

  • Music (18/03/2019, 06:19) Like (24) Dislike (9) Reply
    The church should stay out of the bedroom.
  • Hmmm (23/03/2019, 05:02) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    U need2 nurture your son relationship his wife & him is have n problems. Find out y she's hand n him.


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