Mark Gungor: Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage

DVD Release: April 1, 2009
Mark Gungor: Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage


Thanks to the hilarious, practical and no-holds-barred advice from Mark Gungor, the dynamics of marriages are changing all over North America. Creator of the popular “Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage” seminar, Mark explores the underlying dynamics of the male/female relationships, combining striking clarity and practical solutions to common relationship woes.

This is not your typical weekend marriage seminar. Mark’s entertaining illustrations are so hilarious and original, you’ll be sharing them with all your friends. His humor makes his teaching enjoyable, effective and memorable, helping husbands and wives remember these insights and immediately put them to work.

This 4-DVD set includes Mark Gungor’s entire weekend seminar, as well as extra bonus material. You will experience all the facts and side-splitting fun of Mark’s look at life, love and marriage.

Dove Review

This is a great four-DVD set that is geared toward married couples or even those who may be considering marriage. Mark Gungor adds comedy to this serious subject of relationships between a man and a woman in marriage. Topics include discussions about things like the difference in how men and women think, how to have incredible sex in a marriage and what makes your spouse tick. He will make the audience laugh along with insightful facts that may help many couples take a different look at their relationship. This series is definitely aimed at married couples and is a great inspirational tool for them. Due to the in-depth discussion regarding sexual activity in marriage (not graphic) we award this DVD set our Dove “Faith-Based” Seal with a caution for sexuality.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Discussion about the sexual relationship in a marriage.
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None


Company: Crown Entertainment
Writer: Mark Gungor
Genre: Instructional
Runtime: 360 min.
Starring: Mark Gungor
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe