A marriage gets stronger when you invite God into it.

A companion study to Tony and Lauren Dungy’s popular book Uncommon Marriage, this 5-week guide for couples or small groups delves into Scripture to explore the blessings and challenges couples face today. Drawing on biblical truths and their own personal experiences, Tony and Lauren share the importance of making time for each other, resolving conflict well, staying strong and committed through difficult times, coping with changes and big decisions, praying together, building a spiritual foundation for your family, and more. The Uncommon Marriage Bible Study will help equip your marriage to survive tough issues and flourish with joy, purpose, and partnership—in other words, to be a marriage that is truly uncommon. The book also includes icebreakers for groups, a leader’s guide, and links to free resources for churches. A marriage gets stronger when you invite God into it
“After more than thirty years together, we are still learning about marriage, about each other, and about God’s desires for us as a couple. We’ve been through a lot together—big victories, devastating losses, and everything in between. But through it all we’ve experienced God’s faithfulness. We’ve witnessed firsthand that His plan for marriage is good, and we’re eager to share a few of the things He’s taught us along the way.”—Tony &Lauren Dungy

A companion study to the Dungys’ popular book Uncommon Marriage, this 5-week guide for couples or small groups delves into Scripture to explore the blessings and challenges couples face today. Drawing on biblical truths and their own personal experiences, Tony and Lauren share the importance of:
  • Making time for each other
  • Understanding and embracing your differences
  • Resolving conflict
  • Supporting and encouraging each other
  • Staying strong and committed through trials
  • Coping with changes and big decisions
  • Praying together
  • Building a spiritual foundation for your family
The Uncommon Marriage Bible Study will help equip your marriage to survive tough issues and flourish with joy, purpose, and partnership— in other words, to be a marriage that is truly uncommon.

Includes icebreakers for groups, a leader’s guide, and links to free resources for churches.