My friends call me Esther or Essy, my family call me by my middle name, my brother makes up weird names for me all the time, my husband, well, let’s not even go there…
I would like to welcome you to my site and pray that you find what it is that you’re looking for.
A Little Back Story
Over the years I have come to realize that one’s passion in life is sometimes driven by his/her own past.
I was born and raised in Kenya and come from a family of 6. My father worked as a civil servant, so we lived from hand-to-mouth. Research indicates that money is one of the main causes of unhealthy marriage. By unhealthy I mean, a marriage that is filled with conflicts/violence, lack of communication and so forth. As a child I believed this but now as a grown up, I see it all differently. Conflict in marriage is not just caused by money, there are so many other underlying factors.
Growing up in an environment where Domestic violence was viewed as normal led my heart to believe that marriage is something that I should stay away from. I never looked forward to getting married until I met my husband. He showed (and still shows) me another side of relationships that I didn’t know existed.
My heart is close to those who are struggling in marriage. It would bring me an immense amount of joy if I made someone’s marriage a little better. Honestly, I’m still young in marriage, slowly learning how to play the marriage strings and have faith that we will figure it all out together. As a woman of faith, I believe that everything is possible! So please buckle up, take a ride through my website and hopefully you will find exactly what you need!! I’m so excited!!!
Yeah Esther, why call it a Marriage store? Well, first of all, that’s a good question. Secondly, I looked up the meaning of “store”, and one of the definition was, “A quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed”. This will make sense after the paragraph below.
It is believed that 4 out of 10 marriages that ended in divorce would have worked out if couples:
- Invested time reading books about the marriage covenant
- Talked openly and sought help
- Increased intimacy in their marriage*wink
- Took care of their appearance (Hygiene)
- Offered gifts once in a while/random love notes
- Spoke positively about each other
- Understood their partners’ love language
- Served each other.
They say Love is a verb and not a feeling, so we all have to work towards a happy union with faith that God brought you two together for a reason and he is there for you when you need him.
This will be a place where women and men can share their stories, read each others stories and hopefully get products that will assist keep their marriage candle burning.
Let’s do this!!
Marriage store will offer you a supply of something for use when needed.
Feel free to visit this site whenever you need to get uplifted, encouraged or when you’re just looking to get a product that will make your marriage better.
If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.
Thank you and all the best!