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Author: Dave Harvey
Discovering the Power of the Gospel for Marriage
This study guide is designed to help you think about and apply the material in When Sinners Say "I Do."
Only sinners need a Savior. That's the beginning that leads us to grace. This is not a depressing thought. It recognizes that to get to the heart of marriage, we must deal with the heart of sin. Until we understand the problem, we will not be able to delight in the solution.
This study guide is formatted in a way to help with personal application, conversation as a couple, and for small group discussion as well.
About the author:
Dave Harveyis responsible for church care, church planting and international expansion for Sovereign Grace Ministries. He has served as a member of the Sovereign Grace Ministries leadership team since 1995. Dave also devotes a portion of his time to continuing to serve on the Pastoral Team of Covenant Fellowship Church, where he has served since 1986.
He received a Master of Arts in Missiology from Westminster Theological Seminary in 1989, worked toward a Master of Divinity from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary from 1993 to 1995, and in 2001 became a graduate in Westminster’s D.Min. program. The subject of his doctoral thesis was the identification and equipping of church planters. Dave has served on the board of the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation since 2006.
Dave is the author of When Sinners Say “I Do”: Discovering the Power of the Gospel for Marriage. He has contributed a chapter to Worldliness: Resisting the Seduction of a Fallen World and a chapter to Why Small Groups?. Dave has authored several booklets and continues to work on other writing projects.
Dave lives in West Chester, Pennsylvania, with his wife, Kimm, their four children, and despite his many protests, one stray cat.