First Lady: Confessions of a Preacher's Wife

First Lady: Confessions of a Preacher's Wife

by Mikasenoja



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First Lady: Confessions of a Preacher's Wife by Mikasenoja

With The First Lady: Confessions of a Preacher's Wife, author Mikasenoja skillfully leads the reader into the world of First Lady Jacqueline Stevens. A world full of church drama, conniving members, loose women, power playing deacons, false accusations and fed-up preacher's kids.

When her husband Lance accepted the pastorate of New Light Church in the small town of Southlake, Jacqueline thought the transition would be a cakewalk for a First Lady with her years of experience. After all, she'd seen and heard it all before. Little did she know she was about to embark on a journey of trials, self-doubt and pain, the likes of which she'd never imagined. How could God possibly get the glory out of this mess? Peek into the personal journal of this preacher's wife as she travels the road to hard earned lessons of unwavering trust and dependence on God.

At last, a textbook for ministers' wives! "The First Lady" should be on the bookshelf of every pastor's wife. The real life problems and situations will have everyone examining themselves to see if they resemble any of the characters in the book. This straight from the hip literary work details the hardships, doubts and pitfalls that are the proving ground for the faith, courage and spiritual maturity required of pastors' wives to survive on the front lines of the battlefield that we call the Church.

Jeanette W. Hill, Playwright

Sight Ain't Seeing Productions

"Finally.a heartfelt, passionate treatment by a real pastor's wife for the real pastor's wife. Like Queen Esther, Mikasenoja has been anointed to deliver such a word of brilliance and breakthrough to the most neglected and often wounded area of the church.the pastor'swife. Read with determination, read with discernment, read for divine deliverance!"

Pastor Mike Stevens

University City Church

Charlotte, North Carolina

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781420884296
Publisher: Authorhouse
Publication date: 09/28/2005
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 0.55(w) x 6.00(h) x 9.00(d)

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