Hope for the Broken Pastor's Wife
Is there hope for a messed-up pastor’s wife? She can’t figure out who she is or what she’s supposed to be doing, but she’s expected to be a leader in the church. What would happen if the truth came out—about how conflict and bitterness make her want to stay at home on Sunday mornings in her pjs and how her own struggles with anger are compounded by having a spouse who is never home? Whole offers an authentic look at one woman’s journey to hope and wholeness.
This is a book for pastors’ wives and women in ministry leadership who struggle with their roles, their families, and their ministries. Whole offers hope and encouragement to those women who are looking for authenticity in their lives. This book also provides insight for anyone who has ever wondered what leaders struggle with and how they might pray for them.
“Jennifer's journey in living both a Whole and holy life is a great encouragement to those of us in ministry families. Whole provides us with fresh biblical insights that will strengthen us all onward.”
— Elizabeth Chotka,
Former District Ministry Spouse Coach, C&MA Canada
Softcover Trim Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Page Count: 112
About the Author:
Jennifer Willcock lives in Ontario, Canada, with her husband and two boys. She believes that doing something you love, like reading a really good book, is more important than having a clean house! She writes on her blog, speaks at events when opportunities arise, and, yes, she is married to the pastor.