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Your pastor's wife is sure to appreciate the friendly, practical, and above all, Christ-centered wisdom that Nancy Wilson brings to bear on a host of issues pertaining to pastors' wives, from assisting their husbands in their calling, to dealing with the congregation at home (kids), handling adversity from enemies (and friends), and determining how much (or how little) they need to be involved in the church.
"True Companion packs a punch, as it moves priorities into their appropriate place for pastors' wives. On the other hand, it also graciously urges and reminds us that our strength to minister to our husband, children, and churches is from Christ alone. The simple yet poignant stories and principles that Nancy shares are both convicting and encouraging if we are willing to grow and learn, whether a new or seasoned wife in the ministry."
--Grace Driscoll Pastor's Daughter, Pastor's Wife, Mother of 5, and NYTimes #1 Bestselling co-author of Real Marriage
"This is a book I wish I had when I first married a pastor around the same time as Nancy did. And it is a book that I will be handing out to many future pastor's wives that pass through this seminary town. I pray and joyfully expect this book to bear much fruit in many marriages, homes, and churches for the glory of the gospel and advance of His kingdom."
--Carolyn Mahaney Pastor's Wife, Mother, Speaker, co-author of Feminine Appeal, and editor-in-chief of girltalk, a blog focusing on biblical womanhood
"True Companion, like Nancy, and Nancy's other books, is chock full of biblical wisdom, gracious understanding, compassionate insight and fierce fidelity. Pastors' wives, pastors, wives, any Christian would do well to read True Companion. I'm not at all surprised the book seemed like a portrait of my own dear wife, since few women had a deeper impact on her than Nancy."
--R. C. Sproul, Jr. Teaching Fellow at Ligonier Ministries and professor at Reformation Bible College
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