Since I'm so committed to my career, this decision isn't that difficult for me.But it's a detail that makes guys wary about groping a woman of the cloth, and most simply bolt. If my date presses me, I fess up, "I'm a pastor at a church." Most guys seem disappointed, and some question my sexual boundaries — are you saving yourself until marriage? (Yes and yes.) But while I'm game for hooking up, I can't have sex now, and for guys, that's often a deal-breaker.With that not-so-sexy image un-doubtedly in mind, my date backed off. Back then, I was engaged, but my fiancé didn't agree with the notion of women leading the church, so I broke up with him and packed for seminary.To complicate matters more, even though I've had sex in the past, I vowed to abstain from sex before marriage.
The following letter is from my current pastor’s wife, Holly. I hope it will help you as you seek to support, love, and respect your pastor and his wife as they shoulder the responsibilities and burdens of shepherding the church daily.
But, I did have fun asking several current and former pastors’ wives to share their words of wisdom with me—just in case God has this in store for me.
I love my husband and am grateful for the ministry the Lord has given us.
So, the things that I’ll share reflect the context of a mother of three small children.
Sometimes there are unwritten expectations that the pastor’s wife will be a Bible study leader, the church pianist, and a great soloist all rolled into one package–oh, and she pulls this off with the kid’s hair and clothing looking perfect at all times!
Madugba argued that by taking part in foreplay, it would make their sex lives better because their wives would be 'more receptive' during intercourse.