Bishop Feb Idahosa, Laurie Idahosa and their cute kids Feb Jnr, Nathaniel and Judah are the cover stars for the April Edition of La Mode Magazine.
Read excerpts from interview with La Mode Magazine below
Bishop Idahosa on his advice to youth who are yet to find their place in the society: There are no shortcuts to any place worth going. There is a growth process that all young men and women must go through. Be patient and learn the ropes, take your time and learn. There is no such thing as wealth without work. In the same way that a medical student must go through the 6 to 10 years of medical training to become a doctor (sometimes that can be 15 years if you go through a public school with their strikes and government palaver), you must go through your process and grow into your future, or grow into your success.
No one can lay hands on you to anoint you to become a doctor, and in the same way, no one can lay hands on you to become a successful man or woman. Be patient, learn, ask questions, and take the time to grow through the process.
Rev. Laurie Idahosa on her opinion about infertility in women: The CDC tells us that one out of eight women will suffer infertility in their lifetime and I happen to be one of that one-in-eight. Infertility is a very difficult thing for a woman to go through especially in the African culture where women are generally expected to produce children to prove their womanhood.
When you have a problem with bearing children, it can affect your morale, self-esteem and your overall view of life. It is one of those things that you cannot physically control and when something is out of your control you can feel frustrated. Because I went through five years of infertility with numerous interventions, I have a special compassion and desire to help other families going through the trials of infertility.
See the full spread below!