networking with other PWs

>> December 8, 2008

Back in April, Craig Groeschel, pastor of in Oklahoma, opened his blog up for readers to ask his wife, Amy, questions. The question I posted was:

Do you network with other pastor’s wives in your area? If so, what activities/events have you found to be the most beneficial in terms of support, sharing, spiritual growth, etc.

Here's her answer: (check out the rest of the question/answer blogs here)

Delina, Yes! For the past several years I have co-hosted a pastors’ wives luncheon in our metro area. We gather together at least semi-annually to connect as friends and pray for one another. It has been a wonderful blessing to get to know and deeply care for these women and the churches they serve.

If you’d like to start something like this in your community, here are a few ideas:

  • Start with two or three pastors’ wives you know and ask them to invite their friends.
  • Ask your husband which pastors he knows whose wives might be interested.
  • Pray and ask God to show you ministers you’ve never met that you could invite.
  • I’ve found that most pastors’ wives can make it to a midweek lunch. Many love to bring something and contribute.
  • Chances are good you’ll be shocked at how many ministry wives crave these friendships.

I strongly recommend you start uniting ministries however you can in your community!

Have any of you have success networking with other PWs?


Sandra December 9, 2008 at 12:56 PM  

Other PWs are some of the best friends I have! Our assoc. pastor's wife is truly a God-send for me. She and I are getting to know the PWs at a sister church. We just moved to PA this year, so making friends has been a little slow. But I instantly feel connected to these ladies because of the PW bond we share.

dpm December 9, 2008 at 1:10 PM  

that's awesome! I'm working on being more intentional about reaching out to PWs (and not just online!). It was so much easier when my husband was in Seminary...

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