Sufficient Grace

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In the apostolic church brethren lived as one big family. He was a brand new Christian when I met him in my dorm at Harvard. Staff members may be thought of as �player coaches,� as actively involved as any team member. No one is forced to become a member to get help and there are plenty of services offered with love. My submission is that the “Pastor’s Wife” will only be acting in obedience to God as stated in Genesis 2: 18, supporting his pastor husband by taking up roles and also leading by example.

Pages: 225

Publisher: Comfort Publishing, LLC (November 11, 2014)

ISBN: 193838847X

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