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How to be a preacher's wife and like it.

Author: Lora Lee Parrott
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Zondervan Pub. House [1956]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lora Lee Parrott
OCLC Number: 169284
Description: 120 pages 21 cm
Contents: 1. Marry the right preacher --
secret ambition --
mild disillusionment --
two unique personalities --
differences --
emotional adjustment --
safety valve --
unsuccessful ways of handling conflicts in the home --
the only happy solution --
2. If God be for us --
overwhelming circumstances --
severe and prolonged criticism, and reasons for it --
attentive women --
curious people --
nervous exhaustion --
suggestions for overcoming --
spiritual anemia --
conduct restricted by the congregation --
counseling --
promises for preacher's wives --
3. Be it ever so humble --
types of parsonages --
keeping the parsonages clean --
a little paint --
pros and cons on church-owned furniture --
making the most of the least --
a well regulated household --
the parsonage telephone --
the parsonage and the congregation --
household help --
new parsonages --
my dream parsonage --
4. Teaching religion in the parsonage --
basic principles --
love of the church --
maintain regular family devotions --
make the home a happy place to be --
methods and aids of teaching --
5. Money matters --
eight ways to stretch your pay check --
setting up a budget --
when you borrow --
the pastor's wife and secular employment --
6. Ideas for better living --
the pastor and his wife must dress well --
using the telephone --
your family automobile --
radio and television --
the flags --
the guest room --
leaving an old pastorate and going to a new pastorate --
7. Meals from the Manse --
manners that matter --
supermarket versus the corner grocery --
buying and serving meat --
the unexpected meal --
how to plan --
suggested menus --
table setting and table serving.
Responsibility: Introd. by Mrs. Billy Graham.


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