Viral Married Couples in Penghulu & Church, Here’s the Explanation


There are many sweet memories that happen to each couple. Starting from the first meeting, to the marriage that unites the two in a sacred bond.

However, there is an interesting story about the couple that recently became the public spotlight. They are Yevi Prihatin and Jonli Stefanus Piri.

Some time ago, they went viral on social media after Yefi shared her wedding story. In the spotlight, he held a marriage contract in front of the penghulu and then confirmed it in the Church.

The story was revealed after he shared an old photo in celebration of his 11th wedding anniversary. In an upload via a Facebook account, Yefi said that he and his partner had different religions.

“Thx God for 11 years of your participation in our marriage.. in which we started relationships with many different people.. different islands, different ethnicities, different opinions and even different religions.. but now God unites the differences so it’s beautiful.. what was originally a contract get married in front of the headmaster,, in 2012 we decided to confirm the church.. it felt like we were married twice but with the same person.. Thx God for everything,” wrote Yefi Stefanus’ Facebook account.

Yefi and her husband got married in Kediri on February 2, 2011. In the upload, Yefi and her husband are seen wearing traditional Javanese wedding clothes.

Not only that, there are also photos during the marriage ceremony when the husband is seen wearing a cap and black coat. Seeing the upload, netizens immediately wished Yefi and her husband a happy wedding anniversary.

“Happy always with family and Lord Jesus bless more and more,” said Jodi **** Facebook account.

“HWA Jonly Stevanus & Yefi Stefanus last until grandparents…success after all…gbu,” said the Kwee **** account.

“HWA Stefanus Yefy lasts forever,” said Fredy’s account*****

“Hwa Stevanus yefy… Lord Jesus always blesses,” said the Erna**** account.

Yevi Prihatin then recounted the story behind the wedding photos he uploaded, Mother. “We got married on 2/2/2011 in Kediri, East Java using Javanese customs and held a marriage of consent and consent witnessed by the head, parents and family,” said Yefi, quoted from on Thursday (17/2/2022).

Yevi also recounted how she first met her husband, Jonli Stefanus Piri. At that time Yefi was still in high school and Jonli was already working.

“At first I recognized with a friend in 2008. I was initially surprised when I saw the necklace with the symbol of a cross. At that time, I, who was a Muslim, was shocked but I thought it was okay, it’s just a date. It’s not necessarily a mate, after all, I’m still in 2nd grade in high school. But apparently, fate said he was my soul mate sent by God,” he said at length.


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