Pastor Wale Adefarasin & The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola present “Mind the Gap X” – a specialized bespoke marriage & family oriented masterclass for single, divorced, engaged and married people

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“Love does not leave a relationship, people do”- The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola

Renowned Life Coach and Psychologist, Lanre Olusola (The Catalyst) collaborates with Wale Adefarasin, Senior Pastor and Founder of the Guiding Light Assembly (GLA) to present a unique program tagged Mind The Gap X.

Mind The Gap X is a specialized bespoke marriage and family oriented masterclass for single, divorced, engaged and married people. According to the organizers, the current rate of divorce, separation and dysfunctionality in families these days is highly alarming. However, Wale Adefarasin has commented that, regardless of the level of chaos, it is still possible to rebuild the family and consequently, the society

You go to school to get degrees, study for specializations and certifications to advance your career, how about taking classes for your marriage and family? With Mind The Gap X, participants will increase their knowledge on marriage, family, relationships and how to master family life and home.

How it Works
Classes which have been broken to themes begin on the 26th of March 2016 and will run over 5 sessions until 9th to 11th December 2016.

Date: March 26th, 2016
Time: 10am -5pm
Speakers: Wale Adefarasin , Olakunle Soriyan and Lanre Olusola,
Fees: N10,000 for couples and N5,000 for individuals
Lunch will be served
Registration is set to close on the 24th of March – Register Today!

Email or Call to Register via | 080 770 7700 & 0812 816 7460

June, 2016

September, 2016

October, 2016

December, 2016

If you have a family or plan to have a family, you are encouraged to register to attend this program.

Watch the Mind The Gap X trailer on here

14 Comments on Pastor Wale Adefarasin & The Catalyst, Lanre Olusola present “Mind the Gap X” – a specialized bespoke marriage & family oriented masterclass for single, divorced, engaged and married people
  • Weezy March 23, 2016 at 9:02 pm

    Is he really a psychologist (I.e. graduate education in psychology)?

    • Anon March 23, 2016 at 10:13 pm

      If I can remember he studied Architecture. He’s very arty

  • madman March 23, 2016 at 10:17 pm

    Keep on, keeping on…

  • sika March 24, 2016 at 12:15 am

    Therein lies the problem. You want to reduce divorces but you are charging money for a masterclass. arent you infact capitalising on the problem? you are trying to make money out of people’s misfortune or vulnerability. Rubbish

    Divorce rates are high partly because of culture and religious institutions like the church teaching people crap! the said crap isnt applicable to the realities of the modern world so problems are bound to arise. WOmen have refused to sit in useless marriages all because of saving face. Men are raised by a generation of mothers who took crap so their sons expect their crap to be accepted. there is a disconnect. Also, people are pressured into marrying the wrong type. Basically once our current naija culture adapts to the our current realities..the better for us. in the meantime all you new generation churches should go and chill somewhere. always looking for a vulnerable soul to take advantage of.

    The only school spouses need is the school where they listen to each other and commit to making their relationship work. afterall the relationship is btw 2 people, no? all these third party pastor intrusions will not solve anything, if anything it will make it worse. They dont know what they are on about. I like how all the religious fanatics are now quiet about chris oyakhilome and his cheating ways which led to his wife divorcing him. Hypocrites!

    • Labake March 24, 2016 at 12:53 am

      Are you done?
      Feel better?
      Ill just say this; no one has the right to call another a hypocrite.
      As Plato said, “Always be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle”
      And the church teaches crap?

  • Late bloomer March 24, 2016 at 2:09 am

    Sina you seem to understand this problem so much…….. just saying

  • olorificent March 24, 2016 at 10:24 am

    You need to see d way I rushed to open this content only to find out there is going to be changes to change family,divorce rate,finance and d likes. I wud rather take my Sunday school service more serzly&listen to @aunt_landa on radio for free.

    • Katherine March 24, 2016 at 2:17 pm

      Lol, stay with Sunday school and keep getting Sunday school results. If you wanted an MBA I’m sure you will get it from Sunday school too. Sad about my generation… Misplaced priorities. Thank God I can see differently

  • olorificent March 24, 2016 at 10:25 am


  • meeeeer March 24, 2016 at 11:15 am

    These men are not only pastors they have expertise that is sought after by secular organisations too. Kunle sorinya is an exceptionally intelligent man. Anyone who looks at him with a religious bias has not heard him. There is nothing wrong with placing a fee. I actually expected the fee to be more than that. This is what some people use for lunch,spend at the movies or airtime. Why is it that when it comes to investing in personal development, people begin to think about money that they waste without thinking. I believe a lot of marriages are suffering today because marriage has become something we feel we know how to handle. There are dynamics to making the best out of relationships. Anyways life is choice.
    The organisers should consider those in portharcourt who are interested

  • Katherine March 24, 2016 at 2:14 pm

    So because it’s on marriage it should be free? I think the class is too cheap. If something is important to you, you will pay for it. I am certain that there will be no profit to be made from this aside from money to cover cost. Thank you to the planners, I will be there and my married family members will be there too.

  • Thandi March 24, 2016 at 6:43 pm

    I totally agree with the person who said am sad about my generation, I have come to understand that people don’t place any value on things/ information gotten for free. These men are experts in their various fields and I completely respect them.

  • Thandi March 24, 2016 at 6:48 pm

    I believe that if you want help seriously,you will get it no matter the cost.

  • Arrow From The Full Quiver. March 28, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    I watched The Passion of The CHRIST (again) on Good Friday. That should probably be a Passion/Holy Week, Good Friday tradition for all Christians and Christian families.

    Anyway, it is keeping the entire account, JESUS’ sufferings/experience, Words, etc very fresh in my memory, so, for instance, when coming across some of the clearly ignorant and also, just hateful, church/pastors/Gospel of JESUS CHRIST and Kingdom of GOD-bashing comments here (I wonder that these same people will most probably argue vehemently and piously when told that the sentiments and opinions they express are actually anti-CHRIST in spirit), as my anger begins to rise up within me, the picture of my LORD and Saviour, of THE WORD OF GOD Who was in The Beginning with GOD and Who is GOD, of JESUS CHRIST , HIS Body “”broken and given for”” me, nailed to the Cross, the object of loud derision, mockery, insults, jeers, sneers, false accusations and lies yet still even in that moment, stripped naked of clothing but not of dignity,,but not of Deity, but not of HIS true Identity, as HE looked down with compassion on them, all, and lifted this prayer to GOD: “”FATHER, forgive them, for they know not what they do.””

    And so, anger checked, I will not respond to these. In addition to the rational and clear-sighted remarks made by others stating that not only is there nothing wrong with the conveners of the event charging fees but that in today’s environment and given the quality of pedigree, knowledge, specific/specialist and general, experience and education and training of the speakers, N10,000 and N5,000 are rather cheap; these are far from the going rates for speakers of this calibre.

    I wonder if those spewing negativity and asking for charity (not realising that recognising this problem and providing a solution to it, and, secondly, charging the rates they are charging, are both already acts of charity, including donating their very, very, very precious time, are all already, acts of charity on the part of these extremely busy and sought-after men), wildly imaging the great profits the organisers must be after and must be making, ever paused for a minute to consider certain very basic facts, such as the costs of the event.

    The costs for the venue, the lights, the sound, the equipment for these, the sound engineers, the camera men and women, the IT technicians, the cleaners, the traffic control outside, the corporate guards, the electricity bill (for when PHCN is on), the diesel for the generator, the person(s) manning the generator, and so on; these are all free? And if you think that all these specialised skill sets are donated by church workers/members who work for free, dream on. Oh, and, if there’s a praise and worship session, the instrumentalists, if even not the singers, the instrumentalists are also, usually on staff and paid salaries by the church. And if this is not a church event, the speakers will have to still pay for all these, and if they didn’t, and they made GLA, where Pastor Adefarasin pastors pay for everything, this would be wrong, the same commentators would be gladly pointing fingers and spewing more bile.

    Did these commentators notice the mention/promise of “”Lunch””? What is the cost of lunch, and not just any lunch but the quality that would be served at GLA and/or at an event by any of these men, individually, most especially, Pastor Adefarasin.

    Do the waiters, waitresses, servers also work for free? Does the caterer?

    Is this BN advert for free?

    There is a reason why GOD gave us brains.

    And, consciences.

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