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Pastors' wives, I need ideas please!

Discussion in 'Ministry Spouses' started by PIF15, Nov 12, 2015.

  1. PIF15

    PIF15 New Member


    I am trying to think of some ideas of what I can do for my pastor's wife. Here is some info that will most likely help you to point me to the best options. First of all, she is in her early 60s. She is a conservative Pentecostal so does not cut her hair, doesn't wear make up, or get her nails done or anything like that. She also has fibromyalgia. I read an article on a website yesterday called ministry127 and one of the blogs on there was about ways to encourage your pastor's wife. She recommends doing something weekly for your pastor's wife. Another part of her article says to surprise her with her favorite things. I'm just not very good with coming up with ideas but my heart is being pulled to be there for her and help her in any way that I can. I love to help others but I'm feeling extra called to help her. She has been extra busy and even feeling overwhelmed with all of the events going on for the church and within her family lately. She also just welcomed a new granddaughter into the world who lives out of town so she has been going out of town and staying with her for a few days at a time each time. I thought about cooking dinner for she and our pastor one night so she wouldn't have to worry about cooking. Hopefully some of you other pastors' wives can help give me more ideas coming from ones who are walking (or have walked) in the same shoes. Thank you so much in advance!
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  2. sunsurfkdt

    sunsurfkdt Active Member

    You can cook, send gift baskets of essential things, like food.... or maybe a cool cook book...or maybe a fancy bible case. Call her and be a friend to her and maybe ask her frequently if there's things she needs help with.
  3. sunsurfkdt

    sunsurfkdt Active Member

  4. Si_monfaith

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