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Caleb and Kat’s marriage is headed for divorce until Caleb’s father steps in with a unique plan for rebuilding it.

This study guide will help you discuss some of the major themes of Fireproof. How do we deal with anger and lack of forgiveness in marriage? What does God offer to a couple to bring healing and hope? And what does it mean to truly believe in Christ and be fully committed to him?

In Fireproof, we meet Caleb, the captain of a firefighting unit, who lectures to his men that “you never leave your partner behind.” He, however, is in the middle of a fight with his wife, Kat, about their marriage. She feels he won’t listen to her and has no love for her. He believes she has no respect for him, as a man, as a husband, as anything. Their marriage spins dangerously close to complete destruction until Caleb’s father arrives with a “40-Day Plan for Saving a Marriage.” Will Caleb agree? Will he do the plan with the same integrity with which he leads his crew? Will he manage to save his on-the-brink-of-divorce marriage?

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