THE First Lady, Janet Museveni, has advised newly-wed couples to keep their faith in God so as to have long lasting and fruitful marriages.
She emphasised the need for couples to pray together, stating that a family that prays together stays together.
Mrs. Museveni was addressing guests at the wedding of Charles Kasibayo and Caroline Nahabwe at All Saints Church Cathedral in Kampala over the weekend.
She urged the couple to remember to honour the vows they had made as lifelong commitments.
Mrs. Museveni urged the couple never to allow any situation to overwhelm them, but have trust in God because he can move any mountain.
She recommended the Bible as the only manual for a successful marriage.
In his sermon, Rev. Can. Stephen Namanya, from North Ankole Diocese, urged married couples to remember that love is paramount and should be maintained to achieve best results in any marriage.
He preached that the submission of women to their husbands talked about in the Bible is not slavery, but should be out of love and humility.
First Lady advises couples on faith