That's also why I frequently write about being a ministry wife: I know I'm not the only one with more questions than answers. Certainly, I'm not the only one struggling to get it right.
Ministry is simply not something to go at alone. We need other women beside us who are working through the complexities and joys of ministry, we need to learn from their successes and mistakes, and we need the encouragement from others who understand what it's like to be in ministry.
Although ministry is not something to go at alone, many ministry wives feel alone and isolated by their role. They desire to be faithful, but they also crave soul-nourishment and encouragement.
I am just such a ministry wife, and perhaps you are as well. Let me walk with you. Let's do this together.
So you know that in what you're feeling and what you're experiencing you're not alone.
The ebook is divided into six parts, each part packed with essays that both speak to the heart and offer practical help for ministry. Below are the six parts and a sample of the writing you'll find in each.
Lessons Learned in Ministry (see sample)
The Ministry Wife's Role (see sample)
Helps for the Ministry Wife (see sample)
When You're Hurting, Tired, or Discouraged (see sample)
Friendship and Ministry (see sample)
Specifically for Sundays (see sample)
What readers are saying:
"I wanted to tell you what a tremendous impact that this book, Partners in Ministry, made in my life and my calling as a pastor's wife. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I have had a complete paradigm shift as to my calling and giftings. I will be passing this book on to many." --Staci
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