Megan Hill- Partners in the Gospel- 50 Meditations for Pastors’ and Elders’ Wives

by | Apr 26, 2021 | Equipping You in Grace, Featured | 0 comments

On today’s Equipping you in Grace show, Dave and Megan Hill discuss building friendship in marriage, prioritizing spiritual growth, navigating conflict in marriage, and the church, along with her new book, Partners in the Gospel- 50 Meditations for Pastors’ and Elders’ Wives (P&R, 2021).

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Some unique challenges that pastors’ and elders’ wives face.
  • How church members can encourage and support pastors’ and elders wives’.
  • Some of the ways to prioritize your spiritual growth as a pastor or elders’ wife.
  • Some of the unique challenges that pastors’ and elders’ children face.
  • How church members can come alongside pastors’ and elders’ wives as they raise their children.
  • Advice for pastors’ or elders’ wives to connect with others ladies and build friendships with them.
  • Some of the ways the pastors’ and elders’ wives can encourage their husband in ministry.
  • Advice for pastors and pastors’ wives on making time for one another in ministry.
  • Advice on handling conflict in marriage.
  • How pastor and the pastor’s wife can handle conflict with others in the local church.

About the Guest

Megan Hill is the author of Praying Together, an editor for The Gospel Coalition, and a regular contributor to Today in the Word.

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