Coping When Ministry Spouse Travels

When a ministry spouse travels and the other spouse is “left behind” to keep things going on the home front, there are many issues that arise. Loneliness and carrying an extra work load is among a few of them. Sometimes people think that when you “serve God” in a visible Read More…

Staying Connected When Your Spouse is Away

Are you staying connected to your spouse while he or she is away? One of the sayings here in the U.S. is “when the cat is away, the mice will play.” But when a SPOUSE is away, the other spouse usually finds little to nothing playful about the situation. They Read More…

For the Spouse of a Short Term Missionaries

We know that short term missionaries usually have adjustments to make. There are adjustments both when entering and working in another country, and also when they re-enter their home land. Adjustments need to be made even when they enter their home. They have left the familiar, to work in the Read More…

Staying in Touch With Your Military Spouse

When your spouse is serving in the military, even though you are proud of them, you have a special challenge on your hands. One of them is: how do you stay in touch with your military spouse? How do you communicate with each other when you have so many obstacles Read More…

Guidelines When Traveling and Dealing With Associates

In some work relationships, traveling with opposite-sex associates may be necessary. If you are a subordinate scheduled to take a business trip with a superior, here are a few things to remember. [Please note: Most of this can also be applied if you’re traveling with a business associate —even if Read More…

WHEN HUBBY’S AWAY

“It is easier to deal with necessary separations than ones we feel are unnecessary.” (Diane Constantine, from Pw.mikediane.com, on the issue of “When the Hubby is Away.”) The above statement can be true or untrue for you. But whatever the case, when one spouse is away from the home for extended Read More…