Dr. Les and Leslie Parrott to conduct "Soul Mates" seminar at ACU

For Immediate Release
March 20, 2001

For more information contact:

Tom Craig, Director of Media and Community Relations

Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott will present their "Becoming Soul Mates Seminar" at Abilene Christian University Sunday, March 25, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Hart Auditorium. 

The program is open to the public and costs $30 per person, payable at the door. It is designed for newlyweds, "oldyweds," couples seriously dating, engaged couples and those wanting to improve relationships.

Some of the aspects to be emphasized by the Parrotts include:

  • The three most important misbeliefs of marriage
  • The single sentence that can revolutionize your relationship
  • How to escape the disease to please
  • How to handle the control freak syndrome
  • The three essential ingredients of lasting love
  • The immeasurable value of laughter
  • How to protect your relationship against love's unseen enemy
  • Four unique love styles
  • The two steps to communicate with instant understanding
  • How to reduce and resolve inevitable conflict
  • How marriage mentoring provides a boomerang effect
  • Down-to-earth ways to bring your spirits together and walk with God
  • How to enjoy soul-to-soul connections

The Parrots mix entertainment with though-provoking, practical insights. They are codirectors of Seattle Pacific University's Center for Relationship Development, a groundbreaking program dedicated to teaching the basics of a good relationship.

Married in 1984, the Parrotts have written several best-selling marriage books including "Questions Couples Ask," "Becoming Soul Mates," "The Marriage Mentor Manual," "Like a Kiss on the Lips," and the award-winning "Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts."

They have been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, Redbook and Focus on the Family, and they have appeared on CNN, NBC, CBS, The 700 Club, Good Morning American and Oprah.


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