Jeanine Sanchez is a pastor’s wife and mom of 5 and grandmother of 4. She is passionate about raising kids who love God and the ministry, in this episode she gives some really practical steps you can take to cultivate that environment.
Heather Olson’s Facebook bio describes her as “Pastor’s wife, mama of 3, cancer butt-kicker, & speaker w/ a story that glorifies Jesus!” and I couldn’t agree more. First diagnosed with cancer 20 years ago at the age of 16, Heather has faced multiple cancers multiple times and her story will stir your faith in God. I can’t wait for you to get to know her!
CaShanda McConnell is one busy pastor’s wife! Not only does she serve alongside her youth pastor husband, together they founded an organization that teaches youth how to become character-driven revivalists in their community and school. They have found so much favor in the public school system that they are able to do this through an in-school character education program! On top of all that, CaShanda is a mom and also works in the corporate world. She shares how they make it all work and a lot of it has to do with their family vision retreat. You’re going to get a ton from this episode!
Linnea Ransom and her husband are part of a church planting network that plants churches near military bases. Currently, her family is in Okinawa and in this episode she shares about what it’s like to minister to military personnel and their families in Japan.
Transitioning from one church to another is something that 99.9% of pastors’ wives will experience. In this episode, Andrea Hoffman shares what she’s learned about transitioning well. Her advice will be super valuable for those of you who are transitioning or are about to. But even if you’re settled somewhere, you’ll love getting to know her!
Meredith Thomas and her husband got married in June 2019 and by July 2019 they were pastoring a church in West Virginia! She has such a heart for God and the pastor wife life. You’ll hear a lot of wisdom from this young pastor’s wife and I know you’ll be encouraged!