An Amarillo College club is focusing on the way love is viewed in the world. That is why the Christian Bible study group, the Navigators, is working on teaching AC students about healthy relationships. The group is attempting to take the focus off how Hollywood and the media talk about relationships should be and focus on how God says they should be. One of the programs is called “Love, Sex and Lasting Relationships,” by Chip Ingram.“It is a DVD series on how to get in the right relationship with the right person and making it last,” club adviser David Zeigler said. “The goal of this program is to teach how to have a lasting relationship.” “It contrasts the way Hollywood says we should have our relationships and shows the way God wants us to have our relationships.” Everyone is welcome to attend and watch the program. The media portrays relationships and sex much differently from how it did in the past.It seems to be a normal thing to have sex before you’re married, and the club wants to change that idea. “We see how it is in movies, hear how it is in songs, and it is just different than what God calls us to be,” said Monique Shull, a club member and mass media major. “Sex is supposed to be a beautiful thing to us. Now it’s gross and wrong.” The program is aimed toward urging young adults to slow down and not listen to what Hollywood and the media say about how relationships work. Some young adults seem to be so concerned with finding true love that they rush into relationships. “Love, Sex, and Lasting Relationships” also shines a light on the difference between love and infatuation. “Take your time,” member Pam Carruthers said. “Don’t rush. Hollywood’s way will have you searching forever. It’s just a revolving door.” The Navigators aim to take the focus off how the media portrays love. “I feel that we’ve been brainwashed by media and Hollywood’s way of relationships and not God,” Shull said. “It has been very helpful with my relationship with not only the opposite sex, but my family and friends as well.” The group meets at noon Wednesdays in 010 College Union Building on the Washington Street Campus.