Pastors to host talk on family life

2016-03-02 06:00
Pastors Eddie (left) and Thandi Ngonelo will talk about family life during a couples’ rejuvenation event at the Botanical Gardens on 27 February. They are full-time senior pastors and co-founders of Act of Obedience­ Ministries in New Germany. They have been operating in the field of marriage counselling for almost 30 years.  PHOTO:supplied

Pastors Eddie (left) and Thandi Ngonelo will talk about family life during a couples’ rejuvenation event at the Botanical Gardens on 27 February. They are full-time senior pastors and co-founders of Act of Obedience­ Ministries in New Germany. They have been operating in the field of marriage counselling for almost 30 years. PHOTO:supplied

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WITH February being the month of love, the public­ is invited to attend an event which will focus on love, finances and parenting.

The event will take place on 27 February at the Botanical Gardens from 1.30pm to 6pm.

The theme of the talk is “Loving each other against all odds”. The purpose of this event is to encourage married people to remain married and encourage families to grow together in all aspects. The talk will also guide young adults, especially those who feel they are ready to enter lifetime relationships.

Speakers will coach people in many aspects to help them become responsible citizens and loving families. There will be two speakers, one being the Ngonelo family, who will focus on family life, and the Ntombela family who will focus on finances­.

Pastors Eddie and Thandi Ngonelo are full- time senior pastors and co-founders of Act of Obedience Ministries in New Germany, KZN. They have been operating in the field of marriage counselling for almost 30 years.

One lucky family or couple stands a chance of winning a fully-paid holiday to Cape Town. Entry is R250, payable to Talent Explorer, FNB account number 62530912121. For tickets, phone 074 709 0412. – Supplied

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