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The Church of Rochester

Posted by on October 19, 2011 in Pastor's wife | Comments Off on The Church of Rochester

This past weekend, my husband and I attended an Eastern Association meeting for the North American Baptist Conference. We had an amazing time.  We met many pastors and wives and leaders.  We were able to spend time with a couple from our church who we love dearly. The kids enjoyed their two nights away- they were all with friends that […]

Courage and Columbus

Posted by on October 11, 2011 in Jane Austen Inspired, Pastor's wife | Comments Off on Courage and Columbus

I love celebrating holidays.  The traditions, the decorations, the food, the festivity!  But Columbus day is not usually one that I celebrate with the kids.  When the day had barely started and the kids were complaining of boredom, I decided that it was time to celebrate! We decided to make boats, so the kids played dress up. Then they picked […]


We have had an amazing weekend of ministry at Orchard Community Church.  Women’s fellowships, men’s breakfast, youth group, kid’s learning about God’s promises, sermon that left me in tears, potluck lunch/celebration of what God is doing- it has once again been a sweet time of confirmation for us- that we are exactly where God wants us to be. But I’m […]

From the Pastor’s Wife Perspective

I have been married to my husband for 13 years.  And for those 13 years, he has either been a youth pastor or an associate pastor.  Last month, he started as the senior pastor at Orchard Community Church. Last week, he started a blog. As his wife, these things excite me!  I have watched the process that God has taken […]

The Rest of the Story

Posted by on September 17, 2011 in Pastor's wife | Comments Off on The Rest of the Story

“The Will of God will never lead you where the Grace of God cannot keep you” These words are resounding in my heart today.  As I write this, my parents are getting in their car and driving out of Pennsylvania in the direction of Kansas.  They are moving all of their belongings and for the first time ever, my Dad […]