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Fireproof Movie (2008)

If you're married and want to watch it, send a request for the password to


Is there an emotional blockage between you and your wife? Has your struggle with the internet impacted your marriage? This movie, made by, can RENEW your marriage! Well worth the 2-hour watch, if you try to internalize the beautiful principles that this movie brings out so well.

Note: The movie was edited by GYE staff to remove/cover-over anything deemed as even slightly offensive. However, it is still only suggested watching if you are married. (That is why we password protected it).

Someone wrote:

IMHO I found the movie to be waste of time. My husband predicted each part, and said they all typically end like that. No tips on marriage, just some fairy tale story.

GYE Responds:

First of all, it seems like your husband watches too many movies :-)

I think there are some very powerful messages in the movie that a lot of husbands need to hear:

  • The idea that marriage is a covenant, not a contract ("in both good and bad"), i.e. learning to truly be there for someone else selflessly .
  • The idea that taking the "actions" of kindness and love actually CREATES a real and deep love.
  • The idea that you can be a hero for the whole world, but if you aren't a hero to your wife - then it's really all about yourself at the end of the day.
  • The idea that if a person "defaults" to the trash on the internet when he's alone, it shows who he really is, and that he is no "hero".
  • The idea of how addictions are parasitic; they drain the life out of us and take us away from our goals and from real love and what we want from life.

These are NOT messages you find in every movie today at all.


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Comments (1)

  • obormottel
    obormottel says:
    17 January 2017 at 20:29 |

    An anonymous member sent this to GYE by email, which I am posting here for the benefit of the community:

    "Hi, Thanks for the movie. I was moved to tears many times throughout the movie.

    It was very scary watching because this is my story. I have been sober for a year plus, but I always need a reminder of the pain I caused to my wife. This movie made it so real, when I watched it I saw my wife crying a year ago when I disclosed. When I saw him talking to his father that he is trying everything, I saw myself a year ago talking to my sponsor that I tried everything and that my wife is just so stubborn.

    Another point I found powerful is the fact that I can love my wife and do service for her just because I love her and not for recognition or for sex, this really hit home. How many times do I think I will clean up the house so that she will say thank you or let her take a nap so that she will be up later for sex.

    By the way, I finished watching this movie at around 12:30am, and before I went to sleep I mopped and cleaned the house. Then, I prayed to GOD 'please let me do this for my wife just because I love her and not for any other reason.'

    Thanks for letting me share."

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