6. Don’t always be the last one to pick up your kids from their classes or child care. 7. Don’t take the best parking spot. 8. Don’t expect youth to baby-sit for free. 9. Write cards, letters, and/or emails to members. 10. Keep confidential matters confidential
My view from the front pew allows me to see God move in His people by His grace, rewarding my husband's hard work and his love for our people. I'm praying that you will enjoy the same view in your years as a pastor's wife!
True Woman | Thick Skin, Tender Heart, and What Every Pastor's Wife Needs Most // "What does the pastor's wife—and every woman—need most of all? To look to Christ. Whether ministry is sweet or sorrowful, whether there is love or hurt, whether there is peace or pain, what we need most of all is to look to Jesus."