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I'm Kaylene. I love God, and I love people. 

 

As a girl I daydreamed about falling in love, getting married, having a family, and all that good stuff. (Yes, I was the girl who owned a bride dress-up kit by the age of six). But as I grew, this daydream turned into an interest, which turned into a passion for studying relationships.

 

After getting my Master's degree in Family Science, becoming a Family Life Educator, and a few years teaching at the university level, I discovered the joy in passing along what I had learned about the nature of interpersonal relationships to others who wanted to expand their relationship "tool kit" the same way I did.

This blog has come to be the gathering place of various bits of wisdom I have gathered though my professional studies, personal interest, and lived experience. 

Through it all, I am reminded of one central truth: marriage is sacred, and is a mirror of Christ's love for us. By learning more about it, not only are we investing in our own relationships - we are learning more about how God wants to relate to us, too.

This is the divine reflection.

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June 25, 2018

How often do you pray for your husband? Or future husband? I’m sure it’s something you do with some degree of regularity, to which I would say “Way to to! You're already winning at this wife thing!"

But how often do you stop to think about HOW you pray for your husband?

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Not talking together, not sex, not going to church together, not ANYTHING can unite your two hearts, solve your problems, increase intimacy, and attend to your daily spiritual needs the way that praying together does. Make it a priority from the beginning, because it&...

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