Counseling Together

Counseling Together

Aquila and Priscilla show us a fascinating example of serving well together in Scripture.  Join Denna Busenitz (Sandhills of NE) and Madelyn Fox (Allakaket, AK) for this devotional series. About 18 years pass between Aquila and Priscilla’s first and last mention in the Bible. We see 8 life actions used to describe their faithful ministry. […]

The Lasting Legacy of a Ministry Couple:  Aquila and Priscilla, AD 49-to Present

The Lasting Legacy of a Ministry Couple:  Aquila and Priscilla, AD 49-to Present

Aquila and Priscilla show us a fascinating example of serving well together.  Join rural church-planting wives, Denna Busenitz (Sandhills of NE) and Madelyn Fox (Allakaket, AK) for their Friday Flowers devotional series. Aquila and Priscilla are always mentioned together in the Word of God and were close friends with the Apostle Paul.  We find that […]

Cheerleading {Part 4}

Cheerleading {Part 4}

RECONCILE QUICKLY. There is a story of a PW who told her husband on their wedding night she would never hide anything from him save one thing, the contents of a box she would keep under their bed. After 20 years of her having this secret, her husband finally asked what was in the box.

Cheerleading {Part 3}

Cheerleading {Part 3}

[Part three of a four-part series] This week we’re continuing our CHEER for our husbands! Count it a joy to serve together Hear his heart Be Elastic Encourage Reconcile quickly So far we’ve talked about C – Count it joy, H – Hear his heart, and E – Be Elastic! Today we’re focusing on E – Encourage.

Cheerleading {Part 2}

Cheerleading {Part 2}

Part two of a four-part series Today we’re continuing our CHEER for our husbands! Count it a joy to serve together Hear his heart Be Elastic Encourage Reconcile quickly Last week we talked about the C in CHEER – Count it joy! Today we’re focusing on the H (Hear his heart) and E (Be Elastic).

Cheerleading {Part 1}

Cheerleading {Part 1}

I smile as I think of the cheerleaders I knew in high school. (Hi! A ‘96 high school grad from Ohio here!) I remember their confidence and enthusiasm as they led the crowd in cheering for their team. I was never a high school cheerleader, but as the wife of a small-town, rural, church-planting pastor, […]