A Brutally Realistic Yet Glorious Vision of Marriage

Few things can impact our quality of life the way marriage can. A healthy marriage can give us a sense of security and joy even when everything else in life seems to be falling apart. A broken marriage can sap the joy out of our greatest life achievements. Marriage is simultaneously glorious and impossibly hard.

This Thursday we are starting a new study in The Meaning of Marriage: Facing the Complexities of Commitment with the Wisdom of God by Timothy and Kathy Keller. Drawing from the Bible, years of experience ministering to both singles seeking marriage and couples trying to hold their marriage together, and working on their own marriage, Tim and Kathy Keller offer hope without sugar coating the disappointment, frustration, and pain that all married people experience.

It takes a village to build a healthy marriage. Our studies are a safe place to share, learn, ask hard questions, laugh, cry, and pray. We are meeting in alternating weeks:

This Week: 7pm Thursday in Milpitas for Men

Next Week: 7pm Thursday in Fremont for Women

Listen to Tim and Kathy Keller talk about why they wrote this book in the video below.

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About David Lee

I am the pastor of New Life Mission Church of Fremont meeting in Newark, CA. I live in Fremont with my wife and three children. In my former life I was a history teacher at Irvington High School in Fremont. I love watching and discussing movies (but not at the same time), playing board games, hiking, visiting local cafes, and watching and complaining about (at the same time) Bay Area sports.
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