The Secret About Pastors’ Kids

My son was jumping up and down, waving his hand in front of the camera and giggling. I tried to shoo him away and nearly tripped over my oldest son, who was messing with the still unstable tripod. Concerned that one of them was about to knock over the expensive camera right before the church service, I told the two boys – wait. Two? As I looked around for my third son, an usher came to get me. My missing third son had just fallen head over heels down the stairs while he was sliding down the railing and was now bleeding and crying in the middle of the church foyer. 

I bet any mom out there can relate to this story, because being a mom means you have kids, and having kids means you have mornings like this—even if your kids are pastor’s kids (PKs).

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Tobi Henschel

About Tobi Henschel

Tobi and her husband, Paul, met at Moody Bible Institute and have been serving in churches together since then. Along with their three amazing boys, they currently serve at a church in the middle of Illinois farmland where Paul is the senior pastor. Tobi has a passion for teaching the Word of God, especially to children, and helps with both the children's and women's ministries of her church. She loves reading, DIY projects, coffee, ice cream, and spontaneous dance parties with her boys.

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