Husbands, by your words and your actions, you have the power to bring out the best or to bring out the worst in your
wife. Your choices will either build her up or tear her down.

Date: 30th August, 2020

Time: 6.30 pm


Speakers: Madam Georgina Happy Crentsil & Elder Amos Kevin-Annan



Conflict between work and family life is one of the most common sources of stress for working wives. In this productivity-driven society that we are living in, more and more wives are finding it hard to adequately fulfill their roles both at home and at the workplace.

More often than not, wives are unable to find a point of balance between their careers and their families; there is always one that is given more priority than the other. This behavior has been associated with many challenges; strained family relationships and many more.

Date: 30th of August, 2020.

Time: 7 PM Prompt


Speaker: Dr Suzy Aku Puplampu


August Edition

Recent research indicates how cell phones are affecting our relationships. This study reveals that excessive phone usage not only decreases marital satisfaction, but it also contributes to a greater likelihood of depression.

The implications are clear; our most important relationships can be dulled and diminished in favor of screen time. But you and your partner can work together to overcome excessive device usage and reconnect with face-to-face time together.

Do join us on Saturday 22nd August @ 6.30 pm as we discuss the MOBILE PHONE wahala in our relationships and marriages.

Speakers: Paul and Linda Mante.


Welcome to the JULY Edition of the SAMAF VIRTUAL HANGOUT. This edition is dedicated to dealing with the issues surrounding THIRD PARTIES.

Have you ever faced a situation where other people apart from your spouse seem to be directing the steps of your relationship? A situation where the problems become external and can destroy your marriage.

How many times haven’t you heard about the difficult mothers-in-law and how they have turned sweet marriages into sour ones? Also, sometimes the sisters-in-law have a special anointing to frustrate and prescribe divorce options to you on behalf of their brother.

Are you aware that your office colleagues, friends, and even your children can sabotage your marriage? Hmmmm…

Join us on the 19th of July 2020 as we discuss how to deal with THIRD PARTIES in marriage.

Invite as many couple friends to join you on this awesome Journey.


Welcome to the maiden Edition of the SAMAF VIRTUAL HANGOUT. The June edition is dedicated to improving the businesses of our patrons and enlightening them on innovative ways of doing business during moments of crisis using the pending COVID-19 pandemic as a case study.

It’s been proven. There are many creative and innovative ways of starting, improving, and sustaining a business online during these difficult times. We are also faced with varied payment options and we must understand their dynamics and how it will impact our businesses.

So JOIN us on the 21st of June 2020, as we discuss Business Development Ideas, analyze the available payment options as well as the threat from cyber attacks that could make the online venture unpleasant.

Invite as many couple friends to join you on this awesome Business Journey


We bring families from all walks of life to fellowship and prepare adequately to meet the prospects and challenges through prayer, worship, and a timely word. Family Connect started in January 2018 with a gathering of 150 participants from over 50 families. The keynote speaker for the foremost event was a Christian statesman, Professor Stephen Adei.

This program has come to stay and is envisaged to be a Family Starter Activity for each year.


This is our outreach to Junior and Senior High Schools to be able to first hand help them respond appropriately to the present relationship issues and make the right choices much earlier.

Our vision with this program is to help teenagers grow up into well-rounded individuals who will have fewer challenges with their relationships in the future.


This is our annual gathering of married couples. It’s a unique platform that allows couples to learn, bond, and fellowship with other couples. This is one of our flagship events which in its third edition has seen speakers such as Elder Kevin Amos Annan, Dr Joyce Aryee, Dr Anna Ewusie–Mensah, Mrs Ethel Adjorlolo Marfo, Dr Emmanuel Hopeson as well as Rev Daniel Ogbarmey Tetteh.

Many couples over the years have testified and given positive feedback on the impact the gathering has had on the growth of their marriages. Marriage Connect envisages moving out of the boundaries of Ghana and thus affecting marriages around the entire world.


At Singles Connect, we bring together single adults together under one roof to interact, make new friends, learn, and prepare for a solid foundation for their future marriage relationships. Singles Connect over the years of its existence has seen significant participation from singles all over the country.

We’re excited to announce our distinguished speakers for this year’s conference: Rev Ella Somuah and Mr. Adjetey Annan. They will be sharing invaluable insights on two crucial topics that can transform your life.

SAMAF Couple Travel

Every three years, we organize a major retreat and time out for couples. In 2019, all roads will be leading to the Royal Senchi Hotel in Senchi for an experience of life for all couples.

Couples will be treated to the best of services and be inspired for growth and change in their marital and personal lives by our team of experienced facilitators.

SAMAF Couples Travel envisages helping couples to see the world together.

Other Activities

1. COUPLES health walk- February

This is our Valentine’s Day initiative for couples to bond and rekindle their love for each other while they keep their bodies in shape and in good health. This always takes place within the Valentine’s Day week.

2. Time with the counselor at the University of Cape Coast – February

This is our annual outreach to the University of Cape Coast where we interact with the student populace and academic staff on relationship-related issues.

3. Time with the counselor – Tamale International Central Gospel Church

Our visit to Tamale started a year ago and we have continued this relationship from there. Every year we visit the church in Tamale and have sessions on relationships with the elderly and youth of the church and its environs.