Pastors’ Wives

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Problems are a Part of Life

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Here we are three weeks into a new year and I’m sure you are still trying to recuperate from the craziness of the holidays. I pray as you are unwinding from all the hustle and bustle, you are focusing on your walk with the Lord and what 2018 looks like for you personally and in your ministry. We as Christians are not promised a problem-free life, and certainly being in ministry does not come with that either. But we are…

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Am I My Husband’s Biggest Cheerleader?

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This blog tugged at so many heart strings a couple of years ago, I decided to use it again this year. As we begin a new year, I want to encourage you to start the year out by being your husband’s biggest cheerleader. Who is your husband’s biggest cheerleader in ministry? I’ll tell you who: you are his biggest cheerleader, or at least you should be, and if you aren’t then shame on you. Your husband can hear from a…

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Overcoming Fear

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As we begin a New Year, I would like to talk to you today about overcoming fears. I know we all face them but I am praying we won’t allow Satan to cripple us with these fears that do not come from God. What are you the most afraid of? What worries you the most? What fears hold you back? Here are a few fears that I know I have experienced in my ministry journey: Fear of failing Fear of…

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The True Meaning of Christmas

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As you are spending Christmas Day with your family, I pray you are enjoying your time together and making memories. Whether you still have young children at home or you are an empty nester, we can all still make wonderful memories of the “True Meaning of Christmas.” I would like to share today’s “Jesus Calling” devotion with you and pray as you go through the day it will stay at the forefront of your mind. As you wait attentively in…

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Learning How to Say “No” and Be Okay With It

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I would like to share a blog with you today from Patti Johnson, a local pastor’s wife, on the hard subject of learning to say, “No!” We are so often put in the position to give an answer to the question, “Will you do …?” Often we say, “Yes” and then everything in us is screaming that we should have said, “No.” So how do we maneuver this minefield? Here are 5 practical practices that may help. I discovered them…

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