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...
Our top tips (and my biggest mistakes) to help you leave in a healthy, Jesus-centered way.
MINISTRY FAMILIES AND SPIRITUAL ATTACK: 6 TIPS TO HELP YOUR FAMILY GET THROUGH THE NEXT BATTLE STRONGER
This is our opportunity to pull our families together, in the midst of the storm and help them not only survive it but become stronger in the midst of it.
Why don’t we invite our community into our process of discovering our gifts? Is it just safer to take a test? But, we miss something important…
Please click the link below to download and print. DISCOVERING YOUR GIFTS (PRINTABLE WORKSHEET)
Please click the link below to download and print. SAYING GOODBYE (PRINTABLE WORKSHEET)
As a Pastor’s wife, I struggle alongside my husband to know why people, even some on the leadership team, have decided to no longer attend.
Sometimes I struggle with what others “get to do” and wish that were my destiny…