Q&A Do you Plan to Update the Married for Life Curriculum Soon?

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My husband and I did EMS weekend, Beyond EMS, and started the Married for Life course. I have to admit that we are not getting much from the MFL. The videos are pretty old, hard to hear, being in a class setting the conversation gets off topic very quickly and makes us very frustrated. There's not much to "do" or talk about after each lesson either and that makes us frustrated as well. We were hoping this would be a course to help us do marriage better after dealing with the infidelity. Do you think you'll update and/or revise the MFL curriculum any time soon? I think you're a great speaker and would love to learn from you but we've chosen to quit doing it because we're not getting anything from it but frustration. Thank you



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This is just a suggestion the videos at the beginning of the married for life curriculum are not that great as far as quality however later on in the series a lot of the information is really really good so skip around and look ahead at some of the videos and I think it will help you out. Also my husband and I and our group found a lor of support with redemptive living for women and men. The couple that does it name is Marrinkus. Just a suggestion.

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