Interview With a Small Town Pastor’s Wife: Ginny Browning

I’ve know Ms. Ginny almost as long as we’ve lived in Washington, Il. She’s the type of person that everyone loves because of her kind heart and love of laughter. She has taught all of my children (so far) in the preschool she teaches at in her church and she’s encouraged my pastor’s wife heart so many times in that drop off line, saying she gets it as I’m sometimes leaving my kids in a whirlwind of a mess. I’ve seen her stand strong and firm in the face of adversity as I served alongside her in our community after a natural disaster and it’s my honor and privilege to share part of Ms. Ginny with you.

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About Cara Kipp

Cara and her husband, Adam, have ministered in a small-town church for more than a dozen years. The town is small, but sadly not small enough that she can raise chickens. However, she is raising three plucky kids and a six-toed cat. Since being saved as a teenager, she’s been involved with the local church, using her passion for women and intergenerational ministry in church planting and church strengthening. She has a passion for Jesus, working out, knitting, and coffee.