Attention Pastors Wives!

Written by Kathy Pedeaux

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Does this mean we don't do anything we don't feel like doing? As Paul would say, "God forbid!" As Christians, no matter what our title is, we choose to serve, we educate ourselves, we discipline ourselves, we strive to be better than we are, we allow God to stretch us and we give our lives away to others! It is who we are. It isrepparttar definition of love that we lay down our lives! But............................God intended for us to reach our potential, to be happy alongrepparttar 147038 way, and to enjoyrepparttar 147039 freedom to do so through His precious blood that was shed.

7 Steps to Going Bagless!

1. Self-Educate - Find out more about your gifting and personality to frame some personal goals.

2. Make a list of your dreams.

3. Make a list of what makes you feel trapped or anxious as a Pastor's wife.

4. Seek God about 2 & 3

5. Communicate with Husband, trusted friend, or counselor

6. Make a decision to be happy

7. Make a decision to work toward goals and dreams

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Kathy Pedeaux is a graduate of Southwestern Assemblies of God Universtiy and serves along with her husband as Pastors of “The Mission Church” in Hammond Louisiana. Kathy holds a Masters Degree in Human Service Counseling and has 15 years of experience in helping people find direction, hope, and success in their lives. She is also a gifted speaker, teacher and worship leader that believes in helping people realize their dreams and destinies.


Written by Irvin L. Rozier

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I say to you, hold on to your vision, your word fromrepparttar Lord. It will surely come to pass. These little five words are recorded often inrepparttar 147037 Bible "And it came to pass". God's time is always perfect, although we may not understand why he is delaying. Remember how Lazarus lay cold inrepparttar 147038 grave for four days but then Jesus came and raised him fromrepparttar 147039 dead? It appeared too late for Lazarus, but God receivedrepparttar 147040 glory. For with God nothing shall be impossible.

In 1987, I received a clear word, yes, even a vision fromrepparttar 147041 Lord. This vision has not yet been fulfilled, but I feel in my spirit thatrepparttar 147042 time for it to happen is rapidly approaching. Please pray thatrepparttar 147043 Lord would renew this vision, confirm this vision, and that it would be fulfilled. Your word fromrepparttar 147044 Lord, too, will be fulfilled. Solomon said it well in Ecclesiastes, "There is a time and a purpose for everything under heaven". Mayrepparttar 147045 Lord's will be done in earth as it is in heaven.

Isaiah 30 verse 18: "And therefore willrepparttar 147046 LORD wait, that he may be gracious unto you, and therefore will he be exalted, that he may have mercy upon you: forrepparttar 147047 LORD is a God of judgment: blessed are all they that wait for him."

Copyright 2005 Irvin L. Rozier

Author of My Walk with the Lord, amazon, christianbooks, booksamillion, author of various other articles and poems (do a google or yahoo search on my name), preacher, retired military

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