Rebekah: Staying Strong Through the Mistakes in Ministry

Talking with a dear friend who has been a ministry wife for decades and excels in hospitality, she shared with me some drama unfolding in her church. It’s the kind of drama that involves pouting and ultimatums—”my way or the highway” attitudes—that...

Sarah: Learning to Embrace the Adventure in Ministry With God

Mom, I’m so glad our life isn’t boring. We were buckling our seatbelts in the plane, preparing for takeoff. Our family was in the middle of discerning and confirming a major ministry move, and it required several trips back and forth out of state. My teenage...

Miriam: celebrating even when the future is fuzzy

I am a celebrator. My family chuckles at how excited I get about such a wide variety of things: A freshly painted wall A good movie A delicious meal A gorgeous sunset Christmas presents An accomplishment An event God’s word Some say: I go over the top. I say:...

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Relax, Healthiness Is A Process Not A Checklist

It’s funny how I think and process life differently from my husband. He’s very systematic, linear, and one compartment at a time. On the other hand, I am like a plate of spaghetti… this-and-that with everything twisted and connecting. It sounds...