In Summary

  • I must say you  have positively transformed many people. I thank  you and the Nation Media Group for the good work.
  • Having been brought up in a not-so-stable family, I have struggled with marriage and courtship. This is because I was not sure whether all men would treat me the way I saw my dad and the men around me treat their wives. My favourite article is “What I wish I knew before I said I Do”.
  • My most memorable advice was from the article, “Why should I bother to get married?” where you say that marriage is pleasurable and stimulating and requires hard work from both partners.

Dear Kitoto,

I have been a regular reader of the weekly column and, having undergone theological training in Christian counselling using your book,  Biblical Principles of Marriage, I must say you have positively transformed many people. I thank  you and the Nation Media Group for the good work. Looking forward to getting a book from you to enhance my knowledge and skills.

Harrison

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Mr Kitoto,

My name is Gloria Kinyanjui and I  am 23 years old. You asked what I have learnt but honestly, I do not know where to start because you have not only made me wiser in my youth, but also encouraged me to be stronger in whatever I go through in life. Through you my learning about the fundamentals of family, marriage and relationships became easier.

Having been brought up in a not-so-stable family, I have struggled with marriage and courtship. This is because I was not sure whether all men would treat me the way I saw my dad and the men around me treat their wives. My favourite article is “What I wish I knew before I said I Do”. The dynamics in that article made me not only admire your beautiful marriage, but also taught me about godly marriages. I have learnt to be a patient and  all-round woman.

Thank you, Mr Kitoto, for being my mentor with regard to healthy relationships. I appreciate what you are doing.

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