‘Meaning of Marriage’ Group Study from Tim and Kathy Keller

Collin Hansen | November 19, 2015


When I first read The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller with Kathy Keller, three thoughts occurred to me:

  1. Where was this book when I got married?
  2. I’ve never read something about marriage that might be even more helpful to singles.
  3. Someone needs to turn this book into curriculum for group study, especially in premarital counseling.

So I’m delighted to say that Zondervan has recently released a six-session DVD and group study guide for The Meaning of Marriage. Anyone who’s spent time with Tim and Kathy knows how insightful and funny they can be together, so those interactions themselves are worth picking up the DVD. 

But in keeping with the Kellers’ ministry in New York City, this study offers something I never considered when I first read their book: group discussion that includes non-believers. As Kathy has previously discussed when writing for The Gospel Coalition, marriage between men and women who don’t share religious beliefs has become increasingly common, even in evangelical churches. No issue has been so frequently challenging in my own personal ministry, as I seek to counsel and lead such couples. This study, then, can help you talk with these families about what difference Jesus makes in…


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