Vision, Mission, & Name


To serve as a reputable resource to educate, encourage, and challenge people about their relationships and relational patterns.


We (humans) were created to be in relationship. Our mission at Royally Relational, L.L.C. is to assist you in your relationships with God and with others.

At Royally Relational we emphasize three specific types of relationship: (1) Relationship with God; (2) Relationship with Spouse; and (3) Relationship with family. Our work is guided by Biblical principles, grounded in exceptional research, and immensely relational.

This is evident in the discussions, workshops, lectures, blog postings, and other resources we offer to individuals, community groups, and organizations.  We are fortunate to partner with the Royally Relational Institute which offer additional resources such as retreats, support groups, and workshops.

We hope the content shared on this website is helpful for your journey and may even assist you with other types of relationships (i. e. relationships with co-workers, relationships with neighbors, relationships with friends).

The content shared on this site however, is not intended to constitute therapy. We encourage you to seek reputable licensed professionals to journey with and assist you more intimately.

It is a pleasure to journey with you!


Our Name

~Royally Relational~

Royally, in its simplistic form, means very. Relational means pertaining to the way two or more persons are connected.

Our name was forged with the knowledge that all human beings are created by God. We therefore are connected to Him (Genesis 1:27).

God desired for us to remain connected with Him. That initial human connection was severed when the first man (Adam) and the first woman (Eve) committed an egregious act against God (initial sin; Romans 5: 10-12). We all however were designed to be in relationship with God.

God also desired for us to be in relationship with others. God demonstrated that when he made Eve to be with Adam (Genesis 2:18-22).

Relationship with others begins with our spouses. Then that further extends into relationship with family (Genesis 2:24).

We draw on another meaning of the word royally which is relating to a king, queen, or other sovereign/ descendant from or relating to a king or line of kings.

We recognize that Jehovah God is the King of kings. He is the first and Sovereign King. We also recognize that while there was a schism in the connection between Jehovah and all human beings, God allowed for reconnection or reconciliation through the work of His son, Jesus Christ. For those who have accepted the gift of redemption there not only is reconnection with God but also the gift of royal lineage. (1 Peter 2:9; Romans 8:15-17; Galatians 4:4-7).

Royally Relational therefore takes into account our position as heirs. Furthermore, we are royally (very) relational, because the essence of our humanness is such that we all have an innate propensity to be connected to God and others. We therefore are Royally Relational.