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"Every pastor's wife needs hope. Every pastor needs hope. Every ministry family needs hope. Every church needs to multiply hope. And every layperson in every church needs hope. Simply stated, hope means you can count on God's promises in spite of circumstances and limitations. He is always faithful, reliable, trustworthy and honest. He guarantees His promises. Apply those words to your situation—faithful, reliable, honest, trustworthy and guaranteeing. Try seeing your setting through God's perspective. Then, in a matter of seconds, obstacles and hindrances look so different. Keep hope alive, regardless of the obstacles."

—from Married to a Pastor: how to stay happily married in the ministry, by H.B. London and Neil B. Wiseman



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    God indeed works in mysterious ways, and not always as we would like Him to.
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    Things are heating up in the spirit realm. Are you ready?
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    Throughout ministry life, one of the biggest challenges that we face is how to navigate through troubled waters.
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    How do we find the positive side of life when negativity presses in?
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    To have friends, we must be friendly.
    5/26/2010 08:40:00 AM
    An open letter to a daughter.
    3/3/2010 01:35:00 PM
    We won’t be held accountable for how much we have done, but for how much we have done of what God asked us to do.
    2/17/2010 12:15:00 PM
    Reject the enemy’s attempt to control your mind.
    2/3/2010 12:10:00 PM
    When all is said and done, what really matters is not to whom we are married or what roles we happen to fill in life, but how we respond to the life that God has set before us.
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    To ministers wounded by inconsiderate parishioners, Dr. Guy Greenfield gives helpful steps for releasing anger in his book The Wounded Minister.
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    The importance of being real in your relationships.
    12/28/2009 12:05:00 PM
    Routinely taking time away from daily stresses and routine will enhance your marriage and, ultimately, your ministry.
    12/9/2009 11:55:00 AM

    The deep cry of most women’s hearts has to do with authentic relationships.

    10/28/2009 09:00:00 AM
    A growing number of pastors’ wives find themselves with a hard choice to make.
    10/14/2009 08:45:00 AM
    When I married my husband, I knew his call would become my call, and that it would define my life in many ways. I just wasn’t doing a good job.
    9/16/2009 09:15:00 AM

    Though robbed of her childhood, Linda refused to become a victim of her circumstances.

    9/2/2009 09:05:00 AM
    A beautiful reminder that so much of what God calls us to do is not flamboyant, but is actually very ordinary.
    8/19/2009 11:15:00 AM
    Some modern-day pastors' wives are finding ways to answer their call, while simultaneously maintaining their peace.
    8/5/2009 10:50:00 AM
    Do you take your freedom for granted?
    7/22/2009 01:20:00 PM
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