Marriage Manual – Episode 32

Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast

Going through my writings in the attic I was rather overwhelmed at the great amount of writing I’ve done over the years. Much of what I read was like reading a diary of happenings over 50 years of service to the church and to my loved ones and those loved ones who are members of the church. To my surprise I came across what is almost a manual I had written regarding what happens in the preparation of a marriage. It was on pretty good time to find this for Dale and I will celebrate our anniversary next month.

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In Christian love, Ken.

One thought on “Marriage Manual – Episode 32

  1. Hello Rev. Boyle! You have been on my mind lately so I went on line & googled you, to see if you were still at Candleberry or totally retired now. It took a bit but I finally stumbled across your podcasts.
    My name is Suzanne (Carlson) Basich. I attended 2nd Congo in Attleboro when you were there but moved to Florida in 1981 and still reside in Tampa. You married both of my nieces (Melissa & Charissa Carlson) in your Cumberland church in the 90’s -which I attended both. And many years ago, I have attended services at Candleberry Chapel a couple times while visiting family.
    I say all this because as I look back on my life, you were an influence and I wanted you to know that. You planted a seed which bloomed in my life over the years. You had an engaging style of delivering your teachings with a message that I have missed over the years. I am an active member of my church family here in Tampa and participate in both domestic & international missions.
    I am so glad Ito have have found your podcasts & look forward to catching up on the previous ones. I found myself smiling as I listened to a very familiar voice which ended the podcast with the perpetual “May the Lord watch between me and thee, while we are absent, one from another.”


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