Showing posts from August, 2021

Life is a fragile Gift so cherish every moment!

 Good evening readers. I hope this day finds you doing well and know that even though we never met . I pray for all who are reading this blog that you will know in your hearts that You are not alone.   Jesus is guiding our steps!   I'm praying for you and the  struggles may be facing, and you can feel my prayers.     Ministry life is full of ups and downs,,, those moments when we wonder can we continue on and other moments we are on the mountaintops and feel so energized by the Holy Spirit. I know there are days I totally feel overwhelmed as we carry such a heavy load for our congregation and trying to continually support our husbands, all the while trying to manage our homes and our children and not losing ourselves and giving us time to just breathe. Lately, at our church, we feel the worries of those in our church family, some without work, some dealing with chronic health issues, and others dealing with more serious health issues. We feel it every ounce of the struggle, every w

Everything Beautiful In Your Time

 Dear Readers, on this rainy morning, though, it's a beautiful day because the Lord has made it. I hope this finds you all doing well. Give yourself a reminder today that you are loved beyond words by your creator, and You are safe in His embrace. So this is going to be a very transparent entry in my blog, to bare my heart to you. My prayer is that when you read these words, you don't feel so alone. We all know how difficult being in ministry can be and how much being a pastor's wife can wear on our hearts if we don't pour into God's word for our strength, wisdom, and direction. What happens, though, when you're a pastor's wife and struggle with depression or mental health issues? Do you feel ashamed? Do you hide behind your painted smiles on Sunday morning, portraying that you are fine and just feeling a bit off? It's through our brokenness that We become whole in Christ! As I get older and the more life we experience, we can empathize with others more