We connect ministry wives around the globe for the purpose of prayer, encouragement, awareness, accountability, bible study and friendship.
By: Rebecca HollowayYour husband has stood beside countless bedsides as dear saints have gone home to glory. You have taken food to those who are sick or have had surgery. You have thrown countless baby showers and wedding showers. Your minister husband and you have prayed with many who have serious family needs or are burdened with life's hardships. You have sent cards and texts when someone needed encouragement. You both have cried with those who wept tears of extreme sorrow or pain.
In ministry, one of our jobs is to be present when someone in our congregation is in need. And often, we receive the blessing from it even when it's a hard situation. We know we have been right where we were supposed to be, doing exactly what God has called us to.
"Put everything in your life afloat upon God, going out to sea on the great swelling tide of His purpose, and your eyes will be opened...you are not to spend all your time in the calm waters just inside the harbor, full of joy, but always tied to the dock. You have to get out past the harbor into the great depths of God..." - Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest
I am learning I am better off floating on the raft of God out in the billowing sea than I am tied to the "safety" of the shore itself....