Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God.
A new world opened to this pastor's wife when she learned that the greatest gift she had to offer was an honest sharing of herself.
For years I carefully maintained a well-polished veneer to hide "unministeriike flaws" from my congregation. Then a spontaneous moment of personal sharing from the pulpit started me down a totally new path.
Too many ministerial marriages are humdrum and
superficial. Redemptive love builds strong marriages, strong husbands and wives, capable of withstanding the stresses of our time.
Gurden Henley, C.S.S. Publishing Co., Lima, Ohio, 1986, 38 pages, $4.75 (price includes copying privileges), paper.
James M. Efird, Abingdon Press, Nashville, Tennessee, 1985, 96 pages, paper, $4.95.
Viewing children as persons will significantly shape our ministry to them and their families.
How to combine courage and compassion in dealing with family violence
The dynamics of personal anger in the life of the pastor
Handling and capitalizing upon the differences in the clergy couple.
What knowing a name can do to open the way for further ministry.