When the Pastor Is Your Husband: The Joy and Pain of Ministry Wives

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Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City, 2011 - Religion - 186 pages
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Pastor's wives often face unrealistic expecations, challenges, and even discouragement as they serve alongside their husbands in ministry. Through advice and real-life stories, Donna Bordelon Adler provides solutions and encouragement to pastor's wives.A woman can excel when she examines frustrations and puts them into eternal perspective. Like a good friend whose company is cherished when life is filled with challenges, this book reveals down-to-earth, readable encouragements through each chapter.'Personally, having been married to a pastor's wife for 50 years, I do not believe those who hold the position of clergy wife can ever receive too much encouragement or enlightenment. Donna Alder has a book full of just that--affirmation and guidance for those who are called a pastor's wife.'--H.B. London, Jr.Vice President, Church and ClergyFocus on the Family

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DONNA BORDELON ALDER has served as associate professor of biology at Roberts Wesleyan College for 28 years. She has biology degrees from Southern Nazarene University and the University of Rochester (MS) where she has completed work towards her PhD. She has written articles for Journal of Cell Biology, Preachers Magazine and Focus on the Family. She and her husband live in Rochester, NY.

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