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ParentEd - Focus on the Family Singapore EPISODE 25, 4th February 2021
How To Weather the Seasons Together

How To Weather the Seasons Together

We had a wet and rainy start to 2021 here in Singapore. Some of us had plans to go outdoors, keep up with our fitness routines, or spend more time going out as a family, now that we can actually go out. As with the wet weather, sometimes things take an unexpected turn and we have to adjust. The same goes for our marriages which goes through different weathers and seasons.

In this episode, Joanna Koh-Hoe, CEO of Focus on the Family Singapore chats with husband-and-wife, Amos and Karen Ang about how we can face the different weathers of marriage together.

Amos and Karen Ang work with an international nonprofit organization and have been teaching and facilitating Marriage Preparation Courses since 2000One of their passions is to inspire hope and passion in marriagesand they particularly enjoy mentoring engaged and newly married couples as well as young parents. Amos and Karen speak regularly on the need to invest time, energy and resource to nurture the marriage relationship for the long haul. Amos is also a professional trainer and coach.

They are married for 24 years and have 2 beloved sons. They love exploring new places and playing games together as a family. 

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Disclaimer: This episode was recorded remotely as we play our part to keep Singapore safe during this season of COVID-19. The audio quality may be slightly affected during the online recording.