Marriage is a puzzle. It entices with promises of comfort and disappoints with petty squabbles. For this reason, too few husbands and wives reach the higher slopes of marital fulfillment, which makes the under-performance of marriage one of the greatest social tragedies of our time. But it is a tragedy that can be reversed. In No Ordinary Marriage, we see how husbands and wives can unite in a relationship whose upward potential knows no limits, a partnership in which the glory of God can erupt in all its incandescent wonder. Two people can – quite literally – marry for the glory of God.