Former Crossover 101 presenter Faith Muturi opens up about having sex for the first time on the night of her wedding

Faith Muturi’s cherry was popped for the very first time after she got married to her husband George Ngugi on 31st December 2015.

The former Crossover 101 presenter who is a devoted Christian revealed that practicing celibacy until marriage was one of the best decisions they made together with her husband.

Faith Muturi with her husband and son

In her post on social media, Faith advised her followers to choose sexual purity until marriage. She admitted that it wasn’t easy being a virgin and in a relationship but she shared tips on how she managed to remain pure until she got married.

“Choosing sexual purity, to wait till marriage is one of the best decisions we made. ? It’s not easy at all, we had to set up boundaries in many ways. The best thing is that it was such a huge investment. We had to find fun, healthy ways to relate. The greatest gift is growing in character. We learnt to honour God and each other. We learnt to communicate and really do life. We knew a marriage thrives most coz of honour, trust and communication. Waiting allowed us to grow these traits so much. We’re definitely imperfect and broken in many ways but we simply took it a day at a time.?

“So here’s to encourage you that yes- you can choose the purity journey. God is able to sustain you just as he did Joseph. Just like he did with David, he also restores. Yes- you can start again- He makes all things new. Irrespective of the past, purity is available for each of us. Oh and for the men, when a woman knows you are choosing to honour God by waiting with her- she respects you like crazy. Anyone can have sex, it takes a warrior to chose to wait. You’ll become her hero, hands down. Ladies, waiting is an investment for honour and commitment in marriage. Yet it’s all by God’s grace. ?

Faith Muturi and George Ngugi during their ruracio

“So this picture of our Ruracio reminded me how even after the Ruracio when things were ?? we chose to wait till the altar. To honour God. And woah!! I’m soooo glad we did????????” Faith Ngugi wrote.


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