Carissa, daughter of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has revealed that she and her Ghanaian husband, Phillip Frimpong were never in a relationship before they got married. She made this known in response to a question on IG, the newlywed said she and Phillip were just friends before their marriage.
Meanwhile, the beautiful couple have now graciously shared their story of divine connection with the world in this touching and exclusive interview monitored by Kemi Filani Blog.
Read excerpts below:
Phillip: I wanted and had always declared for a woman that will be useful to the things of God and following in God’s plan and purpose for my life and that is exactly who Sharon is. I wanted someone who will be able to listen to God because if she can listen to God, she will be able listen to God in our marriage also and as regarding our family and Sharon always listens.
Sharon: I wanted to marry someone who trusted God completely and will be an amazing leader cos obviously, he has to be able to lead me rightly and Phil is just that!
Phillip: I met Sharon in Christ Embassy in UK in 2013 when Pastor Chris was ministering on a higher life conference. She was walking past me and then I greeted her.
Sharon: He walked up to me after I had finished ministering and he asked me questions, about something i ministered on and that was it, we began talking all the way and developed an organic beautiful relationship. He has been my best friend since then. I am so grateful for having him in my life, because many times i wonder, how my life would have turned out without him. He is a Man with many amazing qualities and i love him so so so much. He is just so incomparable.
Phillip: From the first time I met Sharon, deep down inside, I knew i will be her husband and that we will spend the rest of our lives together…just the thought of her, melts my heart, i love her so much and We are going to show the world and set a standard and inspire others not by words but by action that it is possible to have a beautiful marriage and how beautiful it is to have God in a marriage.