Apostle Samuel Amponsah Frimpong

Relationships may suffer as a result of spouse migration, cautions: Apostle Amponsah Frimpong

If the difficulties associated with spousal relocation are not resolved, Apostle Samuel Amponsah Frimpong, the Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International, has issued a warning that it may cause stress in relationships and expose partners to temptation.

He admits that spouse migration—where individuals go to pursue chances abroad, frequently leaving their spouses behind—will probably continue to occur for some time to come.

Apostle Frimpong contends in a critique of Emmanuel and Gina Idan's book "I am Married but I am Single: The Other Side of Spousal Migration" that the whole goal of marriage is undermined when one partner is absent.

He brought attention to the challenges that physical separation poses for spouses, not only in terms of providing emotional support but also for the welfare of their dependents, especially their children.

"Spousal migration separates partners in marriage and negates the very reason for which the marriage institution was ordained by God," the apostle Frimpong remarked. "Spousal absence can seriously imperil relationships and plunge marriage partners into temptations."

Additionally, he emphasised the significance of honest communication before thinking about spousal migration, especially for Christian couples. Preliminary discussions about the obstacles can aid couples in making well-informed decisions.

The book, which has not yet been released, examines the difficulties of extended physical separation and its effects on children and spouses who are left behind, both socially and psychologically, according to co-author Emmanuel Idan in an interview.

Taking inspiration from their personal experience of spending almost seven years apart soon after they were married, Idan talks about the different problems that arise when one partner is away from the family.


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