Homeschooling as a pastor’s wife can be challenging if your congregation doesn’t fully understand what you’re up to. I remember in our first (rural) church I would diligently set my children up for school each morning and the phone would ring. I’d smile at the kids and then remind myself to be patient as I […]
Lace up your gym shoes, grab your water bottle, and let’s go! It’s time to work out! For the last two years of our Flowers blog we’ve been talking a lot about LOVE and JOY. Now it’s time to walk the talk. You can find out more about our Summer Devotional by clicking here. Go […]
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As a pastor’s wife, it can be overwhelming to struggle with something so real and tangible as panic attacks and anxiety. But I know firsthand that it is possible to have joy despite a challenge that is so difficult – because God is bigger! If you didn’t catch my story in part one, you can […]
My role as a pastor’s wife is the realization of a childhood dream. As a little girl, I would pretend to be in ministry as I played “church.” I imagined entertaining guests in my home, discipling others through Bible study, singing a special in the morning worship service, and so on.
Recently, two of my kids were sick with a horrific virus that lasted for six weeks. It was one of the lowest points In all my seventeen years of mothering experience. I felt desperate to help them, and yet I couldn’t. In my desperation, I cried out to God hourly, as I watched my babies […]
I love my husband. More than anyone else on the earth. In my eyes, he’s as close to perfect as it comes. (I know I see him through rose colored glasses, but that’s ok!) In ministry, I have found that not everyone sees him the same way. Although God has graciously blessed us and our […]
Hi Ladies! You are invited to join us and other pastor’s wives from around the globe for a 40 day reading challenge of Leigh Power’s book, Renewed, a 40-Day Devotional for Healing from Church Hurt and for Loving Well in Ministry. As ministry wives, all too often we know the hurt that can come from […]