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==== ==== This is a great book. Buy the Kindle edition here now by clicking the link. Thanks! http://tiny.ly/zkVK ==== ==== Jennifer Allee's second novel explores a topic rarely touched upon: a pastor who puts his congregation's needs ahead of those of his wife. Nick and Maura marry young, excited at the prospects of their first church, but neither are prepared for the demands it will make on their relationship. A separation ensues. Now, six years later, Maura moves back to the small Ohio community when she inherits an old theater with the stipulation that she must live with her husband for six months while remodeling the theater. It's a dance of propriety as the two face the opinionated congregation and explore the plan God has for their future. The story is tender and woven with grace. Jennifer raises many questions about the relationship of a pastor with his congregation and his family. Does God call a man or a couple? What roles are appropriate for the wife of a pastor? It gave me a new perspective in what it must be like to live the "fish bowl" life. A thought-provoking, but gentle book from a lovely author. ==== ==== This is a great book. Buy the Kindle edition here now by clicking the link. Thanks! http://tiny.ly/zkVK ==== ====


The Pastor's Wife - Kindle Edition