Language of love taught on course
Stephen and Karmenne Prebble understand the language of love and they want to teach other married couples in Matamata to do the same.
Mr and Mrs Prebble will be facilitators at The Marriage Course which will take place at the All Saints Church hall.
The course begins on Wednesday, May 4 and is made up of seven different sessions.
Created by Nicky and Sila Lee, the aim of The Marriage Course is to help couples grow closer and build a healthy relationship that will last a lifetime.
Over the seven sessions, the couples learn practical tools to help them invest time in their marriage, heal ways they have hurt each other, discover how their partner feels loved and much more.
Mr and Mrs Lee are the presenters on a series of DVDs that are shown to couples who attend the courses.
A free dessert will be dished up at each session and Mr Prebble said this created a feeling of being on a date for the couple.
‘‘ We want to form an atmosphere of intimacy,’’ Mr Prebble said. ‘‘ It is important for couples to spend time together. It rekindles the flame and encourages new behaviour.’’
Numbers are limited so for more information about The Marriage Course including prices, please phone Mr or Mrs Prebble on 888 6996.
Love language: Stephen and Karmenne Prebble and their daughter Daisy.