Interview With a Pastor’s Wife: Mel Boyle

Mel Boyle is a member of our Flowers Board of Reference.

Interview questions:

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

I grew up on a farm outside of Grand Forks, ND, so I grew up in a rural context. I was in a 4-H club for nine years, participated in rural county fairs, and went to a one-room school through eighth grade. I went to a rural church about two miles from our farm.

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About Meloday Boyle

Mel is serving alongside her husband who is currently Interim Pastor at Village Church since June 2019. In the past, they planted 2 churches and also served with the EFCA in the Dakotas. Mike was a professor of Pastoral Studies at Moody Bible Institute for 11 years. Mel has a BA in Elementary Education from the University of North Dakota. She enjoys encouraging pastors' wives and being involved in women’s ministry and Bible studies. She also enjoys time with her 8 grandchildren!