Issue Articles

Editor's Musings

By Sharon Cress

Opening thoughts from the editor's desk.

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The Great Fish Sandwhich Picnic

By Karen Holford

Catering for five thousand or so people would throw most of us, even if we had a year's notice and unlimited freezer space!

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The Full Reward Will Come at Last

By Margarida Ferreira Sarli

Shepherdess International Devotional.

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Becoming Comforters

By Rae Lee Cooper

Part three in the "Loss, Grief, and Recovery" series.

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How to Avoid Heartburn

By Jean Coleman

Avoiding spiritual heartburn.

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How Men and Women Talk to Each Other

By Norbert Schnabel

True communication leads to happier lives

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When They Criticize Your Husband

By Elizabeth Handford

Criticism: Perhaps the ultimate stress of ministry.

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Wanted--A Pastor's Wife

By Neima Watson

Wanted: A pastor's wife with these qualifications

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This is Life

By Anonymous

Special is the clergy spouse who will take the time to encourage another.

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King's Daughter

By Elizabeth de Pacheco

King's daughter, is there stress in your ministry?

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We Sure Have Come a Long Way

By Andrea Zoller

I am glad to say that here we have also come a long way.

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A Shepherdess' View of the Murehwa District

By Edina Rwodzi

One shepherdess shares her perspective.

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Expression of Love

By Ellen G. White

Our Redeemer thirsts for recognition.

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Mrs. Noah

By Erma Alvarado de Gomez

Being a pastor's wife implies having many privileges. It also means experiencing frustrating feelings, feelings we shouldn't feel guilty about.

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My Letter Box

By Birdie Poddar

It has always been my desire to have a letter box of my own, perching somewhere close to our gate so that the postman could drop our mail in it any time.

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The Rush

By Delia Machare de Adonia

We rush ahead so fast, we often leave Jesus behind.

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Shepherdess International News

By Various Authors

News from around the world.

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3rd Quarter

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