Out of her own experiences as the wife of a pastor, Betty Norcross writes this book to encourage others in ministry. However, this book's relevance doesn't stop with the clergy and their families. It can have an impact on anyone who loves the Lord and has a desire to work for Him. Betty tells of her reluctance to begin serving as a pastor's wife and how she struggled with the many difficulties and discouragements she encountered in the new vocation. Crises occurred so regularly that she began to consider them a vocational hazard in the work of the Church. She takes you through some of her crises, a few of them of earth-shattering proportions, and others not much more that mild tremors. But through it all, Betty relates the faithfulness of the One who called her to the work. Her habit of talking to the Lord about everything on a regular basis proved to be the source of strength she needed for the task. This book will encourage you to be consistent in your daily devotional time. Like Betty, you can discover your Lord is interested in talking with you about all of those trivial, insignificant events in your life as well as the blockbuster traumas.