Sure Calling of a Pastor’s Wife: Chelsea Hall

When I was in high school and college, I spent a couple months in the summers of 2003 and 2007 in the jungles of Panama. I felt sure that God was calling me to be a missionary so I felt like the best way to prepare for that calling was to attend college to be a teacher. My favorite “author mentor” was Elisabeth Elliot and I wanted to follow in her footsteps of being a missionary in a Spanish-speaking country. She was a missionary to the Auca Indians of Ecuador and I read several of her books during my college years. She challenged me in my faith and I wanted to imitate her “race.”

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Chelsea Hall

About Chelsea Hall

Chelsea is a pastor’s wife in the rural mountains of northern California. She and her husband, Benji, have been in ministry for over 10 years together starting out as youth pastors in 2009 then her husband transitioned to a lead pastor role in 2016. They have three children - Silas, Selah, and Esther. Chelsea is also a fitness instructor at the Y and a middle school science teacher for their charter school through which she homeschools their older two kids.