What Married Couples Are Telling Me In Counselling – Rev’d Funke Felix-Adejumo

She said as a marriage counsellor, her ears are full as a lot of pastors' wives and other married women are in pain. 

Rev's Funke Felix-Adejumo
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Reverend Funke Felix-Adejumo, Family preacher and wife of Bishop Felix Adejumo, the General Overseer of Agape Christian Ministry has restated the need for women to be well dressed, presentable and live healthy lives.

She gave the admonition during a sermon at a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

Speaking further, she said religion has been a yoke and barrier that has been hindering women from dressing well and looking good for their husbands.

She said as a marriage counsellor, her ears are full as a lot of pastors’ wives and other married women are in pain.

Using herself as an example, Rev’d Funke said she is 51 and had jumped 170 this morning before having her bathe. Because she is too busy preaching around the world, she cannot afford to drag her feet. Teaching the women on the importance of dressing, Funke said women must constantly feed their husbands palace and must smart, and beautiful as a woman.

She also said she did not wear makeup or jewellery for 10 years as a result of religion.

She added that she had told her children that when she gets old and die, they should put some lipstick on her lips because she wants to wear it to heaven.

Going further, she said a research was made in the United States and it was discovered that male cock species like varieties after it was set up with 15 hens.

Rev’d Funke encouraged women to be creative with their appearance and offer their husbands varieties.

Citing an example, she said if they are on a low cut today, they could be on long weave-on tomorrow, next tomorrow they are on a short dress, and the next a nice spaghetti top, saying women are allowed to tempt their husbands.




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