The Church Girl – The Guardian 3 #OneChanceReplay


It was a beautiful sunny Saturday in early April.  The socialites, and everyone who was anybody in Lagos, were at the Reception of the wedding ceremony between John Solomon Jnr’s first son, Jamie and Chiamaka, the second daughter to the late General Uzoma Nkechi.  The Security Guards at the three entrances of the banquet hall, did their best to follow protocol, but Nigerians always had their way of getting past protocol.  Many were sat at the wedding, who had never seen the invitation card!

Ifeanyi and Mary arrived at the hall in time to see the newest Bride and Groom of Lagos do their celebration dance.  Ifeanyi went to greet his Boss, who was happy to see him, and asked if he would be joining their long banquet table.  Ifeanyi humbly declined, and showed him the table where his beautiful wife was sat.  She waved at them when they looked her way.

Ifeanyi returned with a bottle of champagne his Boss had given him from his high table.  He pulled up a seat, and drew closer to his wife.  “Thank you for coming with me,” he whispered in her ear.  She smiled at him…

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The Church Girl story series has now been converted to a book.  It is a lesson-packed story about a love that was destined, but tried in every way.  Mary and Ifeanyi must learn that in order to live, they must first die to self, as their love and faith is tested through many trials and temptations.  Follow this roller-coaster ride about a love that overcomes all, that will grow your faith, or lead you to the One who holds the keys of Life…  

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