The Road Home to You

Finding faith in a broken world

Pastors are People, Too

June 4, 2019
The Road Home to You

The life of a minister is hard. It’s a whole lot of work, most of which is on-call, and not a lot of personal glory. It’s often a thankless career but a fulfilling calling. But what about the life of a minister’s wife?

We get a look behind the curtain this week as Brandy sits down with Dottie Thorson, retired school teacher, and Pastor’s wife. Dottie shares the journey she and her husband took as they worked together to build a life of service, dedicated to sharing God’s love and grace with everyone along the way.

Listen to the full episode here

You’ll walk away with a couple of practical ways you can come alongside your pastor and offer support and encouragement.

Topics included: church merge, college ministry, ministering with children, incorporating ministry into every aspect of life, teaching, supporting pastors and their family, daily time with God

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Or you can email us directly at roadhometoyou@gmail.com. We’d love to hear about your pastor and the ways they have blessed and encouraged you! We’d love to read your stories on air!

You can also email us any questions, prayer requests, comments or show ideas.

WE LOVE HEARING FROM YOU!!!

Special thanks to James Swanson and James Page for their contribution to our theme song, The Long Road Home, written by Brandy J. Goebel. Copyright 2018.

This episode was recorded, edited and produced at 4G’s Studios in beautiful downtown Sandy, Oregon. 2019. All rights reserved.

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