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With over 30 years of being married to a man, who is married to his job as pastor, this blog covers the perks, funnies, and lows of being (da-da-da-da...) THE MINISTER'S WIFE.

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  • Cushy American Life  Granted, we had a tornado hit our neighborhood, with trees which fell onto our house. Granted, we had no electricity nor water in our house for six days. It wasn’t like it was camping — planning for a “rugged” time of eatin...
  • Victims of a TornadoNine days ago, a tornado went through our neighborhood. We are safe. Although there were several close calls, thankfully there were no deaths. Two of our huge oaks slammed through our house as we listened to the raging storm from the basement. Three...
  • The End of the World (oh, no)
    on May 21, 2011 in Uncategorized
    According to one radio announcer, the world is supposed to end today. It’s a beautiful morning for it – sun shining, birds singing, new spring leaves about 3/4 of the way full. A perfect late-spring day. What a time to go out. However, if Jesus h...
  • Change in Doctrine or Change in Truth?Our denomination is going through some trying times. The media seems to be more interested in hype and reporting conflict than in truth. Then again, our own denomination is having difficulty with truth. Is morality, moral, throughout the ages? Or doe...
  • Easter Isn’t about Bunnies
    on Apr 22, 2011 in Easter Hope Worship
    I became a Christian when I was 19 years old. After that time, my sister decided since my favorite holiday was now Easter, that bunnies were my thing. She totally missed the connection of Jesus’ death and resurrection being the favorite part. S...
  • Reaching Out To The Community
    on Mar 7, 2011 in Uncategorized
    Members of our church participate in many community outreach programs from the Food Bank, to Habitat for Humanity, to jail ministry (to name a few). But in order to build up our own congregation — and not through the sheep-stealing of people...
  • “Psalmist Bloggers” — To Blog or not to BlogI read a frightening online article today. (Yes, I admit there are many.) This one was about a 30-year-old teacher in suburban Philadelphia who is suspended with pay because she blogged about her lazy high school students. She identified neither her...
  • Leviticus Humor
    on Feb 14, 2011 in Uncategorized
      At our Thursday morning prayer time, the man leading that day prefixed his short devotion by explaining he was reading from Leviticus. He also explained how people don’t think of Leviticus as a particularly light book, like “The Light...
  • Symposium on Worship, Part Three
    on Feb 9, 2011 in Uncategorized
      I just found this wonderful link to the video feeds of the various worship services at Calvin’s 2011 Symposium on Worship. I was searching through to find the tune to one song we sang, but couldn’t remember even a bit of the words. It...
  • Drum Circle Worship  Drums were incorporated in Biblical worship. Drums are used today in worship as well, in many cultures, in various worship styles. The first drummer mentioned in the Bible was Miriam, Moses’ sister. The translated word calls the instrument...
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