My Faithfully Sure Calling

My Faithfully Sure Calling

Sometimes I question my calling to be a pastor’s wife. I’m not your typical type of pastor’s wife. I didn’t go to Bible school. I didn’t grow up in a Christian home with examples of what a godly wife should look like. I grew up in an urban setting, later moving to suburbia. It was […]

I Didn’t Go to Africa

I Didn’t Go to Africa

The church is warm, hot really, which isn’t surprising considering it’s the middle of summer in Kansas. My stomach sends nervous signals that make me fidget. As insistent as the signals are, I’m unsure – or afraid – of their meaning. Do I get up? Do I walk forward? Do I not? The missionary stands […]

The Surest Calling

The Surest Calling

His divine power has given us everything we need for life and godliness through the knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and goodness. 2 Peter 1:3   It’s hard to know where to begin when explaining how I became a pastor’s wife. My husband, Trevor, and I—along with our little daughter […]

Living in Community

Living in Community

Suburbia was not my home, although it’s where I grew up: in the “Bible belt” in East Tennessee, with churches on every corner and sprawling housing developments filling the blocks in between where we didn’t know our neighbors. The churches were mostly large, and although they were able to create small pockets of community through […]