After a successful publication of his first inspiring book on deliverance titled “The Secret of a Happy Marriage”, the founder and general overseer of the Flaming Evangelical Bible Church Sierra Leone, Bishop Fredrick Abu Sidique Koroma has written his second book titled:” Home Sweet Home” .
The book is a combination of moral and spiritual satire that cuts across all religions and races.
The 103 pages and seven chapters are fascinating and a breathtaking compilation which provides solution to address difficulties in marriage life. The ideas in the book are centered on Godly principles that suggest possible guidelines to overcome obstacles that confront people in their marriage life.
The brown hard covered uniquely printed “Home Sweet Home” is also a mesmerizing and inspirational novel that carries extraordinary ideas to help unmarried people take the right decision that will lead them to a successful and happy marriage.
In an exclusive interview on Tuesday with the Bishop and author at his office at the National Headquarter of the Flaming Bible church, Ascension Town, Bishop Koroma highlighted issues he dealt with in the seven chapters of the novel. Chapter one talks about the culture of marriage which he said is about matters of the heart that is not for boys and girls but for men and women.
Chapter two is about issues that lead to conflicts in relationship and approaches towards a peaceful resolution.Chapter three asks why do people commit adultery and points that will help people overcome adultery. Chapter four talks about living with the wrong partner that was never your dream and the kind of personality you were looking for. Chapter five is about the secret of a happy home and things that attracts a woman to a man and those that attracts a man to a woman while Chapters six and seven talks about the ten commandments of marriage.
He observed that starting on Wednesday 20th through Saturday they will be having a marriage seminar where great men of God like Reverend Francis Mambu, Apostle Sam Jolly, Reverend Donald Ken Leigh and others will be delivering inspiring messages and experiences.
The book will be formally launched on Sunday 23rd May at the National Headquarters of the Church, Ascension Town, Freetown. The book will be on sale at the headquarter Church.