Never despise small beginnings
We tend to think that God’s servants are protected against being wounded, but that is just not true. As a matter of fact, I would venture to say that most ministers of the Word are hurt at least once in their ministry. I so appreciate Anne for being vulnerable and opening up to us about her own… Continue reading Book Review : Wounded By God’s People
The Perils of a Pastor’s Wife by Nan Jones The Perils of A Pastor’s Wife will speak to your deepest wounds and help you find God’s Presence through it all. Sweet Sister—somewhere, somehow, somebody knows. You are not alone. This post contains affiliate links How did I find this book? In order to do some… Continue reading The Peril’s of a Pastor’s Wife ~ Book Review
Pastors tend to be workaholics. But this is the road to burn-out. Please set a day of the week that is your “day off”. Tell your board that it’s your day off and post this anywhere possible, such as in your bulletin. Take care of yourself first. This is the policy laid out in an emergency… Continue reading Self-Care ~ The First Step to Avoiding Burn-Out
Paperback: 223 pages Publisher: Thomas Nelson (March 11, 2007) Language: English ISBN-10: 0849918707 ISBN-13: 978-0849918704 A book everyone should read … probably more than once to be reminded of the importance of rest. Buchanan took a sabbatical to research the subject of the rest of God. And found so much that pricked his own heart… Continue reading The Rest of God by Mark Buchanan
This Book Review is now on the new Website, Mandy and Michele Just Holding it Together. Click here to read my review.
Just a place to keep track of what I have read this year and a list for helping me select what to read next. This is list I adjusted to my own interests from lists found online. I will list the books I read. If they have a link then I have written some type… Continue reading 2016 Reading Challenge