The Minister's Wife

The Minister's Wife

Privileges, pressures and pitfalls

This book looks at the minister's wife's responsibility to God, her husband and children, as well as her wider family.

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'The Minister's Wife' will show you how to make perfect cupcakes, turn out well-groomed children every Sunday morning and rise to the lofty heights where criticism cannot reach. In short, you will quickly become the model minister's wife.

Unfortunately not. However, what this book will do for you is help you to look honestly at the privileges and problems of the manse and the rectory. It will free you up to become the best you can be, unencumbered by nagging concerns about issues that don t really matter.

You are first and foremost a minister's wife before God. What a privilege! This book looks also at the minister's wife's responsibility to her husband and children, as well as to her wider family. It looks at the often-overlooked perks of the job, as well as at thorny issues such as boundaries, forgiveness and forbearance.

This book contains wisdom from eight women, distilled for a wider audience. It will be an honest friend to the minister s wife, whether experienced or starting out.

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Contents

  • Introduction
  • Ann Benton
  • 1. Her responsibility to God: ‘Daughter, do you love me?’
  • Val Archer
  • 2. Her responsibility to her husband: A suitable helper
  • Kath Paterson
  • 3. Her responsibility to her family: What about the children?
  • Ann Benton
  • 4. Privileges: Perks of the job
  • Ann Benton
  • 5. Pressure points: For the sake of the kingdom
  • Julia Jones
  • 6. Her service for Christ: Using God-given gifts
  • Jane McNabb
  • 7. Forgiveness and forbearance: Handling criticism
  • Ruth Shaw
  • 8. Encouragement: Modelling and showing encouragement and hospitality
  • Julia Jones
  • 9. Humility and contentment: The minister’s wife’s view of herself
  • Lizzy Smallwood
  • 10. Ten questions younger ministers’ wives ask (or wish they could ask)
  • Rachel Lawrence
  • Further reading

Specification

Author Ann Benton
ISBN 9781844745562
Format Paperback
First published 2011
Dimensions 138mm x 216mm x 15mm
Language English
Pages 192
Publisher IVP
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