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    Confessions of Pastors’ Wives on Raising PKs

    Our guest pastors’ wives are Mrs. Kimberly Polk, wife of Pastor Jonathan Polk, of Abundant Grace Ministries in Los Angeles, CA, and, Mrs. Rose Yu, wife of Pastor Steve Yu, of El Toro Baptist Church in Lake Forest, CA.   3 Things Your Pastor’s Wife Which You Knew was addressed in our previous blog for…

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    3 Things Your Pastor’s Wife Wish You Knew

    Why are Pastors’ Wives So Lonely? was addressed in our previous blog for the “Pastors’ Wives Perspective” (PWP) series. Loneliness is something most of us have dealt with, pastor’s wife or not. Yet, there are experiences that are unique to a woman that is married to a pastor. Pastors’ wives have the privilege to help…

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    Why Are Pastors’ Wives So Lonely?

    Our guest pastor’s wife is Mrs. Laurel Davis, wife of Pastor Charlton Davis, of New Beginnings Believers Bible Fellowship in Culver City, CA. Sister Laurel is also the founder of www.reluctantfirstlady.com.   Church Hurt of Pastors’ Wives was addressed in our previous blog for the “Pastors’ Wives Perspective” (PWP) series. You may have never experienced…

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    Church Hurt: Exposing the Pain of Pastors’ Wives

    *Our guest pastor’s wife is Mrs. Laurel Davis, wife of Pastor Charlton Davis of the New Beginnings Believer Bible Fellowship in Los Angeles, CA. Sister Laurel, is also the founder of www.reluctantfirstlady.com.   The Unfair Expectations of Pastors’ Wives was addressed in our first blog for the “Pastors’ Wives Perspective” (PWP) series. Now I’d like…

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    Unfair Expectations of Pastors’ Wives

      What are some unfair expectations that are imposed on you as a pastor’s wife, was a question Thom Rainer posed to his readers. Some of the answers were shocking and quiet sad. The pastor’s wife in many churches carries heavy burdens. Sometimes they are impossible expectations.- Thom Rainer I couldn’t believe (but I could)…

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    Sexual Abuse: Hope and Healing

    A few days ago, I posted this message on my personal Facebook page, but I didn’t expect what happened next. “As a sexual abuse victim, I use to long for men to see my value, and desired their stamp of approval of me. I use to think I NEEDED to be in a relationship, in…

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    Testimonials Anyone?

    We all love hearing a great testimony right?  I know I surely do. Well, today we are three days post the completion of the 30-Day Prayer Challenge: A Heart Fully Devoted to God, and I must admit, it’s bittersweet for me. Bitter because I no longer have you guys praying with me, and unable to…

  • Are You Satisfied?
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    Are You Satisfied?

    Ever been soo thirsty that nothing you drank satisfied you? Your favorite tea, sports drink, soda, frappuccino, nothing!!  It wasn’t until you drank water that your thirst was quenched. Likewise, our souls are thirsty for something and there isn’t anything that will satisfy us, other than the Living  Water. “Blessed are those who hunger and…

3 Reasons NOT to Step Out on Faith 

Have you ever been paralyzed by fear of making the wrong decision? Maybe it’s a choice between two jobs, quitting a job, moving out state, or even courting or marrying someone. We are all faced with life altering decisions that requires us to have faith. Faith in the sense that we have to trust that…

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  • Hello Friends

    Hello friends, Welcome to the Bible Thinking Woman. My name is Kesha Griffin and I started Bible Thinking Woman (BTW) to encourage and help women to think biblically, live it out practically and grow spiritually. It is my prayer that BTW will stir up a hunger and thirst for the Bible and our Lord, and…

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  • Freedom in Forgiveness

    There is freedom in forgiveness. In December 2015, I had the honor of sharing my testimony on my journey to forgiveness of my drug-addicted father, with the Revive Our Hearts ministry (lead by Nancy DeMoss-Wolgemuth). In this interview, I share how the Lord healed me, and how I’ve been set free from unforgiveness. From feelings of…

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  • The Right Way to Love God

    Did you know there is a wrong way to love somebody? Wrong in the since that the way a person actually feels loved, may be different from how you are showing them you love them. I remember early on in my marriage, I thought I was proving to my husband that I loved him by…

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  • Unexpected Blessings

    Somebody pinch me so that I know that I’m not dreaming!! Although I knew this day would come, my mind is still trying to process all that has been happening to me in the last couple of days. Where do I even begin? Well, let me start from the very beginning. It all started back…

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  • Don’t Be A Weak Woman- Part 2

    In part one of this weak-women series, we discovered that these vulnerable, gullible women were women in the church. They were women with many sins, with guilty consciences, controlled and led by their various lusts and passions, and easy prey for false teachers. The Scripture (2 Tim 3:6), tells us that these women allowed these…

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  • Guarding Your Heart Devotional

    I am super excited to announce that my first devotional is now available for download (for free). As a pastor’s wife, I often counsel women of all ages who are in relationships that are causing them tremendous emotional and spiritual pain. Some are dating unbelievers, others are dating professing Christian men. They all have one…

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  • 3 Ways How to NOT Fall in Love

    God designed women to be a nurturer, helpers (Genesis 2:18). Unfortunately, our nurturing spirit leaves us vulnerable and susceptible to heart-aches and heart-breaks. We easily and freely entrust our hearts to those who shouldn’t have it. As a pastor’s wife, I often counsel women of all ages who are in relationships that are causing them…

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  • A Portrait of a Heaven-bound Slave

    When you think of the character of a Christian, what comes to mind? For some, we may think of loving, patient, kindness, giving, self-less, etc. (at least I hope this describes most Christians you know). Although all of these characteristics are important, I think many of us overlook one trait that our Lord often spoke…

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  • Don’t Be a Weak Woman- Part 3

    In part 1 and part 2 of this weak women series, we’ve learned that the women in 2 Timothy 3:6 were women who went to church, yet they were burdened with sin, led by various lusts and passions, lacked spiritual discernment, and didn’t desire the truth of God’s Word. They were vulnerable and gullible, which…

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An interview with Revive Our Hearts Ministry. Forgiveness is freedom!