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Father Stephen Freeman expresses his thoughts on the title and role of a clergyman’s wife. https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2015/10/08/the-priests-wife/
A minster writes about three things that help him through his day. https://paulchappell.com/2012/12/05/marriage-and-ministry/
In this article the author contends that rather than seeking to “balance” marriage and ministry, an alternative and more desirable view is to see them as “blending.” https://justbetweenus.org/ministry/ministry-life/balancing-marriage-and-ministry/
The author of this paper examines the difference between burnout and depression, clergy as candidates for each, and some of the external and internal factors and stressors that contribute to both burnout and depression in the clergy population. http://eaglecrestcounseling.com/2010/07/burnout-and-depression-on-clergy-a-research-paper/
Of particular interest to clergy wives, this is an honest and moving reflection on the choices we make in our lives, what drives them, and the somewhat surprising and grace-filled results we experience when we discern the will of God. God's Kingdom Comes When His Will Is Done
In this interview, Daniel Belonick, a graduate of St. Vladimir's Seminary and a licensed social worker who works exclusively with Alzheimer's/dementia clients and their families, offers important information on the impact of the illness on the person affected and his/her caregivers in the context of being persons created in God's image and as members of [...]
This brief excerpt from an interview with Mother Katherine, an Orthodox monastic, cuts to the heart of the experience of loneliness. In light of the research on clergy serving in the US, which indicates that ministry is the loneliest vocation in America, we would do well to watch this with our spouse and discuss. . [...]
Written by an observant layman, this article focuses on various factors that lead him to conclude that the pastor’s wife is the most vulnerable woman in the church community. Further, he then lists what the lay people “owe” the pastor’s wife. https://www.charismamag.com/life/women/22939-the-most-vulnerable-woman-in-your-church