No amount of training will ever fully prepare you for what to say in a raw moment…
The enemy often uses our weaknesses as a target for attack. And for many of us, insecurity moves us to engage in gossip.
The only real, authentic thing I have to give back to the Lord is my whole self.
When you are a Pastor’s wife, there’s an expectation and a need for you to be in your husband’s corner. But there’s also a “sacred privilege” (as Kay Warren aptly calls it) of being in this seat of influence.
When there is more to get done than humanly possible, we tend to want to either retreat or plow through just to get things done.
How can you use the seat of influence God has given you while juggling “fishbowl life” and lots of interactions with your husband’s co-workers
God was intentional about calling you, your marriage, and your family. We’ve created two FREE resources that will help you navigate the difficulties of raising your ministry family.
Guest Author and grief coach, Julie Lynn Ashley, shares how to be intentional during the empty nest season when you’re a pastor’s wife.
3-page worksheet to help pastor’s wives navigate the empty nest stage with intentionality.
A question we wrestle with each time we enter into crisis with someone is, “how can I ‘be in it’ without it consuming me. It’s such a deep well of pain – how can I touch it without slipping into that abyss?” In this article, we’ll touch on several things we’ve learned (through hard knocks but also by consulting with people with more training and experience).
How to love God’s Church even when she’s unlovable. 3 nuggets to hold onto.
emotions aren’t bad. The capacity to feel emotion is a gift. I believe all emotions, positive and negative, are intended to help us pay attention to things that need attention.
Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I want to be ‘in it” together, but it usually still feels like ‘his’ thing. How can we build more ‘teamness’?”
Why Intentional Reflection is Crucial and How to do it Look Back To Move Forward “We do not learn from experience…we learn from reflecting on experience.” -John Dewey Sometimes I’ve fallen into the false assumption that hard knocks automatically produce wisdom....
As you and your family lead God's People in the celebration of our Jesus' birth, may you remember that your sacrifices this season are a fragrant offering to the Lord. You share in Jesus' anointing as you bring hope, freedom, comfort, and the Good News of Jesus to a...