I am a pastor’s wife. Most Sunday afternoon lunch times begin with my husband asking me how the sermon went and if there was anything he should have said differently. My husband has said how much my feedback has been helpful to him over the last eighteen years. I don’t know if Pastor John MacArthur … Continue reading What I Wish John MacArthur Would Have Said: A Reaction to His Sermon on the Race Riots
Christian blogger Rachael Colby writes to minister and encourage others in the Lord. I met her on Twitter and she is a pleasure to know! Starting this past October, Rachael began a blog series interviewing a variety of pastors and wives to get an inside peek into ministry life. It's been encouraging to read about … Continue reading A Peek into the Pastor’s Life: Interview by Rachael Colby
Find out what books I read in the month of June. Which did I love and which books would you love?
My Utmost for His Highest was put together by Biddy Chambers, Oswald's wife. Who was she? What can we learn from her life? Book review of Michelle Ule's new biography.
Katharina Von Bora had no clue she would end up as one of the most famous pastor’s wives in history. her life was not much different than pastor’s wives today. Here’s Katharina Luther's to-do list. Look familiar?
Michelle DeRusha in Katharina and Martin Luther: The Radical Marriage of a Runaway Nun and a Renegade Monk has done a phenomenal job telling the story of this world-changing marriage. How did these two people have a successful marriage despite their lack of example of a godly marriage and their marriage of convenience?
When I was a stay at home mom of preschoolers (I had 4 under 5 at one point) I felt a twinge of jealousy when my pastor-husband would go off to work. I would grumble inside wishing I could go sit in a quiet office and accomplish things off a to-do list. But the more … Continue reading Who Understands Stay at Home Moms? Pastors Do.