Interview With a Pastor’s Wife: Lois Seadore 

Where did you grow up? How did where you grew up contribute to preparing you for life in small-town pastoral ministry

My earliest memories are in our home in the Philippine Islands where my parents were missionaries for eight years. After that my dad went into the pastorate where I observed first hand what was involved for the family. We moved into a small-town that needed a gospel preaching church, a town where we knew only my uncle and his family. I guess experiencing it gives a whole different perspective than reading about it!

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Lois Seadore

About Lois Seadore

I am married to Al Seadore, have four grown children, four granddaughters, and one grandson. At present we are serving in a church in Marquette, KS. I have always loved teaching small groups of women and God is allowing me to do that. A few years ago I was asked to lead worship at a state park ministry. I asked God to make me a woman of worship in my whole life, which He continues to do. Now I enjoy leading the worship at Marquette and at occasional outreaches. Perhaps my biggest joy is interceding for others.