Designed for singles searching for the "right one," this 8-session DVD is a companion to Gary Thomas' book, The Sacred Search. Explore with him why it's so important to know the why of marriage before you know the who of marriage and receive practical advice for building a relationship with eternal purposes. Together you'll look at:
Why you should never marry for mercy
Whether you should wait for God to bring you a spouse, or whether He calls you to actively pursue a wise marriage
What great sex really means
Why you don't want what you think you want
Why the myth of "the one" is so destructive, and what the biblical alternative is
Where God id leadingyou in your search
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Format: DVD Vendor: David C. Cook Publication Date: 2013
ISBN: 0781408911 ISBN-13: 9780781408912 Availability: In Stock
In his new book, The Sacred Search, best-selling author Gary Thomas tackles the topic of love and dating by asking the question: What if it's not about who you marry, but why? The Sacred Search Study Resource is a DVD-driven Bible study for small groups of single, dating, or engaged people to unpack this message even further.
In this dynamic companion to the book, Gary will help singles move on from the idea of finding a "soul mate" and adopt the more biblical idea of finding their "sole mate," as they seek to dedicate their future marriages to God. Eight thought-provoking video sessions featuring Gary Thomas lead groups through the study. This DVD also includes study questions designed to facilitate group discussion, interaction, and practical application.
Gary Thomas is writer-in-residence at Second Baptist Church in Houston, a frequent guest on Focus on the Family and Family Life Today radio, and a popular speaker around the world. His award-winning books have sold nearly a million copies and have been translated into a dozen languages. Thomas and his wife have three children.