Friday’s Reflection for the Preacher’s Wife: Be Our Guest

Mrs.Potts

If you’ve watched the movie Beauty and the Beast, then you will probably remember the catchy song “Be Our Guest”.  In that song the silverware, along with all of the other implements used for serving a fine meal, were so excited because after not being used for 10 years, they finally had an occasion to ...

January 27th, 2012|Categories: The Preacher's Wife||1 Comment

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Friday’s Reflection for the Preacher’s Wife: Hospitality

Growing up in a preacher's family afforded me some blessings that were priceless.  Some of my most vivid memories as a child have to do with those times when gospel preachers, as well as others, would visit in our home, sit around our cramped dining room table, and enjoying my mom’s good cooking.  In fact, ...

January 20th, 2012|Categories: The Preacher's Wife||6 Comments

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Friday’s Reflections for the Preacher’s Wife: Giving Advice and Keeping Confidences

Preachers and their wives have what is both a blessing and a burden of being in the people helping business.  Most gospel preachers and their wives do what they do because they feel compelled to help people. Not only is there a desire to help people with the eternal side of life, but most care ...

January 13th, 2012|Categories: The Preacher's Wife||6 Comments

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Friday’s Reflections for the Preacher’s Wife: Are You a Help or a Hindrance?

Within the church there are many faithful, godly men.  They have various means of employment for supporting their families. Although these men are engaged in secular employment, they are not inferior because of such.  We NEED men in these places to be seen as a "light on the hill".  But still, their employment is secular.  ...

January 7th, 2012|Categories: The Preacher's Wife||5 Comments

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