The following letter is from my current pastor’s wife, Holly. I hope it will help you as you seek to support, love, and respect your pastor and his wife as they shoulder the responsibilities and burdens of shepherding the church daily.
But, I did have fun asking several current and former pastors’ wives to share their words of wisdom with me—just in case God has this in store for me.
The words aren't uttered loudly in many church circles.
They are hushed and spoken only between close friends.
If you're divorced, the thought of dating again can be both scary and intriguing. You may cling to scripture that says, It is not good that the man should be alone ().
The biggest question is, Am I ready to begin dating again? If this is the case, there are some questions you should ask yourself before you jump into the dating scene: Am I ready to date?
I tell her I think God's watch must be broken because he's running a bit late.Most singles consider themselves healed before they are and end up being hurt in a new relationship. Present-tense thinking deals more with, What will I do now? Have my periods of depression become fewer and farther apart?Am I now living more in the present than in the past? No one completely escapes the depression that follows divorce.Believe it or not, one of the things I would love to be is . I consider it a huge privilege to be married to a man who preaches God’s Word week after week. So, here you are: Dear Wannabe Pastor’s Wife, I think it’s great that you would like to be a pastor’s wife!