Okay, so my husband starts Bible College in January. Now, I have to figure out how to be a preacher's wife. I'm sure God will work a miracle in me, because a lot of times, that's what I feel it will take to make me worthy to take on this role. I'm not perfect...far from it! I don't know everything about the Bible...I learn daily. I am sometimes temperamental and in anger, I blow my lid. I get aggravated easily and sometimes let things really get to me. So with all these faults, I'm not sure how good I'm going to be at this new role. There is no course to take to teach women how to be the wife of a preacher. My husband can go to school and learn everything he needs to know about the Bible, about how to preach, counsel people, etc. But there isn't a class I can take to teach me how to be all that I need to be in order to stand by my husband's side as a preacher's wife. The only thing I can do is to try my best and depend on God to make me into what He wants me to be.
How does one describe oneself in this little box?? Well, I'll give it a shot. First and foremost, I am a Christian. I love the Lord with all my heart and am so thankful that He saved me. I am the mother of two beautiful children, whom I homeschool. Tori is 11 and Dylan is 9 and although they fight and argue, as siblings do, they love each other and are both saved by His grace. I have been married to my husband, Tony, for 12 wonderful years. I am thrilled to say that he will begin Calvary Baptist Bible College in January. I don't know where the Lord will lead us, but we are happy to do His will.