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2 great ideas to help your ministry family be more intentional about celebrating Jesus.
TAKE A BREATH AND LET’S DIG INTO THIS TOGETHER…
There's an old stereotype of Pastors' and Ministry wives that I hope is fully out of fashion. I don't see it, but I also know that I'm not in a highly traditional setting. I've also been pretty intentional in all of our ministry settings to not allow the expectations...
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What my husband’s resignation meant for my identity as a pastor’s wife.
Your church’s view of a PW is likely a compilation of all the PW’s they have ever had, and they are trying to figure out where you, as an individual, fit in.
I thought I had to compromise who I am to be a pastor’s wife. I thought His calling to ministry would only threaten my own.
when others expect God to be loud to me – but He’s often quiet
When its good… it’s sooo good. When it’s bad… its horrible!
When Your Place of Worship Becomes Your Place of Work: 5 Tensions we see when we work in a church and how to help your staff navigate them as a pastor’s wife
When we sign up to work in a church, we are giving God permission to pull back the curtain, to not only give us a closer look at what He is doing but to make a place where we must get down on our knees, roll up our sleeves and get into the messiness that, at times, is church ministry.
YEAR END REFLECTION QUESTIONS - ALONGSIDE
Once in a while you just need to have some fun!
Why do I need to mourn? Can’t I just jump ahead to the good part?
This resource walks through Psalm 3, helping you follow in the Psalmist’s footsteps and practice the biblical process of lament as you bring a current struggle to the Lord and allow Him to turn your prayer of pain into an expression of trust. Print this out for your...