I will say, don’t have too many expectations. Learn to make adjustments and always have respect for each other. Though in marriage you become one, you’re still two individuals who have your own independent ideas, your own ways. But come together very often to sort out your differences.
Leema & Madhan Joseph G.
Madhan: First, we would like to thank Jesus for his love and causing us to be at right places at the right time.
Albert & Rosalind Selvanayagam
We, as a young family, back in the mid-seventies, were blessed with a series of encounters with the Lord in quick succession and on different occasions. One significant impact on us was that of Psalm 119: 97, “Oh, how I love your law! I meditate on it all day long.”
Padmavathy & Paul Raj
I, Paul Raj, and my wife Padma, belong to Resurrection parish, in Bangalore. Padma and I have been married for 23 years and we are blessed with our son Kritin, who is now 18 years old.
Joe & Regina Boniface
Every moment we are faced with choices……to LOVE……to TRUST……to FORGIVE!!!
Clive & Kathy
We are Clive & Kathy Jones. We very recently celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary! We have 4 adult children and 11 grandchildren. We live in Co. Cork, Ireland. We experienced Retrouvaille in 2006, the same weekend we celebrated our 40th anniversary!
Mary Rodrigues
It’s seven months since my husband expired under tragic circumstances. His body was found floating in the village stream. I feel very sad and disheartened not at the loss of my husband but because of the wagging tongues who blame me for his death. How am I responsible for all this?