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Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Beacon Hill Press
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Summary from the Publisher▼▲
Donna Bordelon Alder's review of relevant literature has distilled the responses of ministry wives in 7 surveys to reflect the opinions of over 7,000 women from many denominations, and ages. Alder delivers a well-researched, well-illustrated book on the joys, the challenges, the success strategies of pastor's wives.
She combines relevant background information and advice mined from the experiences of thousands to illustrate life stories and to empathize with those considering, those anticipating, and those engaged in life as ministry wives. They no longer need to feel alone in their experiences.
The strengths of this book lie in its ability to successfully capture the actual experiences and advice of these thousands of women, in its relevant life stories, its down-to-earth readable nature, and its tender encouragement sprinkled along the path enlightened by each chapter.
MaggieAlbany, ORAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Not only for Pastors' wivesJuly 3, 2012MaggieAlbany, ORAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am positive that any pastor's wife would find this book to be helpful! Donna Bordelon Alder writes from an undertanding and caring perspective. She also uses many studies that she and others have done on this subject to present a wide-ranging background for giving a pastor's wife the help that she might need. She speaks to the role, sometimes to the plight, and always to the soul and life of the wife of a pastor. I am not a pastor's wife, but this book has helped me to have a better understanding of my pastor's wife and to be a better member of her congregation. The book is very "readable." As I have read it, it has become a devotional ministering to the hurts and needs of my own soul. I am positive that any woman would find this book to be helpful!