PCLI – A God given vision
About Practical Christian Living Initiative
PCLI is the result of a God given vision to Tinuola Agbabiaka – a lawyer by training and a certified relationship counsellor – over eight years ago which has manifested as an NGO whose core focus is to encourage strong and wholesome relationships both in the home and in the public arena.
PCLI believes that the home is a sanctuary where attitudes are formed, and a happy home ultimately leads to a better society as a whole. The family home is the smallest unit in the society and it is where character, attitudes and behaviour are formed and PCLI’s vision is to help in building loving and fulfilling homes which ultimately leads to a better society.
Relationships are the bedrock of societies and if we can to the best extent possible maintain good relationships with each other, societies all over the world will be better off for it. The home is the building block for these relationships and PCLI’s core vision is to facilitate the building of great relationships in the home before any other place.
PCLI actively encourages the building of tight-knit relationships through workshops, dinner and dance events, newsletters, counselling, and social media posts to reach out to the community at large and involve all members of the family, across generations.
For relationships whose bonds are fraying, we advocate for counselling provided by a certified relationship counsellor to set parties on a path to reconciliation and restoration.
To strive to give a refreshing opportunity for husbands and wives to rediscover how God made them especially for each other to compliment one another.
To assist couples in understanding how to better meet each other’s sexual needs.
To encourage Christians to help make being called a Christian synonymous with integrity, trustworthiness, love, excellence, peace and joy.
To help couples understand the ways of God in bringing up children especially in the areas of love, tough love, discipline, encouragement, approval, etc.
To help couples understand how to relate to their in-laws and relatives.
To help Christians “practice what they preach”. In other words “walk the talk”.
To help determine company or friends to avoid which may lead them into compromising their faith.
To assist in determining if another is interested and how to go about seeking the face of God.
To create avenues for singles to meet and socialise.
To profile Christians and be able to connect singles with the same goals and vision.