Hope Chapel Hosts Couples Conference

Why settle for a good marriage when you can have a great one? That’s the question Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay looks to answer next weekend at its couples conference titled, “The Secret of Staying in Love.”

Kim and Krickitt Carpenter, authors of the New York Times best-seller, The Vow, will share their story that took them from tragedy to triumph. Less than two months after their wedding, the couple was involved in a traffic accident that fractured Krickitt’s skull and put her in a coma for months. After emerging from the coma, she had no memory of her husband.

Also speaking at the conference is senior pastor Joe Onosai of Destiny Christian Church and his wife, Ann, who serve as messengers of hope by sharing their experiences that took Onosai from the housing project at Kuhio Park Terrace to the NFL.

Rounding out the speak- ers are senior pastor Norman and Faye Nakanishi of Grace Bible Church, lead pastors Carl and Kanani Moore of Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay and professional counselors Carl Jones and Memry Casey.

The conference is Aug. 16 and 18 on the Hope Chapel Kaneohe Bay cam- pus at 45-815 Pookela St. To register or for more information, go to hopechapel/com/stayinginlo ve, call Glory Yoshida at 235-5814 or email glorry@hopechapel.com.