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Not too long ago, I wrote a post about pastors’ wives, and what they wish they had known before they became a pastor’s wife. The article struck a nerve. Much to my surprise, I discovered a depth and breadth of hurt of which I was unaware. I was ashamed I had been so oblivious to this pain.

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The Story of Good Pastors
Please hear me clearly: Most pastors are good pastors. Most pastors are good people. Most pastors are good family persons.
But some pastors forget their priorities. They neglect their vows to their spouses. They abandon their families under the guise that they are doing God’s work. I served as a pastor of four churches. There were times that I neglected my wife and my three sons because I could justify my busyness as God’s work. I was wrong, terribly wrong.
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Discussion: Pastors, Please Don’t Neglect Your Wife  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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