My Faithfully Sure Calling Part 2 

Click on this link to find the first part of My Faithfully Sure Calling published in April 2018.

After over a dozen years of being in the same church, I’ve come to know the ins-and-outs of our building and a lot of the congregants. As plenty of you are in similar rural and small-town ministries, you can nod along with me.

I know who makes the best funeral potatoes. I know who to call when one of our pipes has burst in our home. I know who will monopolize my time greeting everyone on their way out the doors after service. 

We live in an old town, in an old house, and I know the level of relationship with my people by which door they come to get my attention. Good friends come to the back door by the kitchen which they also know is probably unlocked in case they just needed to drop something off.

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Cara Kipp

About Cara Kipp

Cara and her husband, Adam, have ministered in a small-town church for the past eleven 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, running, knitting, and coffee.

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