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Equip

Equip

Hebrews 13:21 tells you that God will “equip you with everything good for doing His will, and may He work in us what is pleasing to Him, through Jesus Christ, to whom be the glory for ever and ever.”

You are meant for service, however sometimes you may be met with the challenge of feeling unprepared for the role. We want you to rely on the promises of scripture, just as in Hebrews, that you have been equipped to do His will, for His people, in this time.

We are here to help you through the struggles and pain in order to conquer the fears that keep you held back from walking confidently in the will of God.


Choose the Better Thing

Choose the Better Thing

One thing that I have noticed over the many years that I have served as a wife to a minister is that staleness can creep into a woman’s life when…
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Put on Love

Put on Love

Paul tells us, that above all things we are to put on love. As love is the chief of virtues, and all the others grow out of love.
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Marriage and Family

Marriage and Family

The privilege of joining your husband in ministry can be a joyous undertaking. But sometimes it can be the area of greatest stress and struggle. Studies suggest that 80% of pastors’ wives feel overworked, 50% of marriages end in divorce, and 84% of spouses feel unqualified and discouraged in their role.

It is for that reason we provide a safe place for pastors’ wives to gather, share, and be supported in ministry together. Below you will find articles and help to assist you in supporting your marriages and families. It is our hope that God blesses the house of God through the strength of the home.


Empower

Empower

You are empowered. Proverbs 3:5-6 tells you that if you trust in the Lord then He will direct your path. You are empowered to succeed in ministry, and God wants you to embrace it with the knowledge that He is in control.

We are here to help you to embrace the power that God gives you in order to glorify Him in your life. Along with that, we want to provide you with an environment for growth through discussions surrounding the biblically inspired empowerment available to you as a woman in ministry.


Find the Standard

Find the Standard

One thing that I have noticed over the many years that I have served as a wife to a minister is that staleness can creep into a woman’s life when…
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Silver Linings

Silver Linings

I have faced criticism in my life, as both a pastor’s wife and a human. I have come to the realization that although it hurts, not everybody is going to…
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Encourage

Encourage

4000 new churches are planted every year. That is an encouraging thought. However, at the same time, we are losing over 7000 churches to ministry burnout, financial distress, and lack of membership. But the encouragement comes with the planting, because we know and believe that the harvest is coming soon.

As women of faith, we join with one another for the planting of hope, the watering of faith, and the growth that comes with sharing the gift of ministry with each other. We are here to encourage women to gather side by side, in unity of economy, race, and creed, to corporately encourage the body of pastors’ wives to be better women, mothers, wives, and Christians.


In challenging seasons trust that God is present and presiding. An article by Mary Diggs

Managing Challenging Seasons

I have a good friend who has a saying, “Everybody has STUFF!” That’s her way of saying each of us has our own set of challenges. It’s usually her response…
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Kay Warren Article

Joy in Challenging Seasons

Today, I’m sharing an interview between my daughter Chrystal Hurst and Kay Warren. Kay is the wife of Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.
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Shalom

The Shalom of the Lord

I have been overwhelmed with the full meaning of the word shalom this year. It has been a rhema word that has brought me great comfort in 2018
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