Church hosts program on relationships

A free program, “Fight Night: How to Fight Fair,” will be from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 12 at The Point, 311 Myers St., Seymour.

The event will be filled with humor, fresh insight and practical, new strategies for turning conflict into a means for deeper intimacy, according to a news release from the church.

Fight Night is for everyone — newlyweds, “oldyweds,” seriously dating, engaged couples — anyone wanting to make a good relationship great. Let’s face it, all couples fight. Learn how to fight a good fight.

In Round 1, participants will find out why we fight. Then in Round 2, participants will learn how to fight a good fight. Find out how to avoid the four red flags of conflict; discover the surprisingly effective conflict card; learn the secret to keeping a cool head and a warm heart; and find out how 10 minutes out of your week will diminish conflict.

This live simulcast will be led by Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott, a husband-and-wife team who bring real-life examples to their speaking platform. Their professional training — Leslie as a marriage and family therapist, and Les as a clinical psychologist — ensures a presentation that is grounded, insightful and cutting-edge.

In 1991, the Parrotts founded the Center for Relationship Development on the campus of Seattle Pacific University — a program dedicated to teaching the basics of good relationships.

The Point’s Youth Group, Crave, will be offering a childcare fundraiser on this night. If you would like to arrange childcare through them, call youth pastor Aaron Florian at 812-522-2060.

Information: Call the church office at 812-522-2060 or visit The Point online at