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A Handbook for Ministers' Wives by Dorothy Kelley Patterson
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This is truly what the title says it is - a handbook for Minister's Wives! I have read a number of books for Pastor's Wives now and never before read one that was so detailed. Dorothy covers everything! Devotions and quiet time to how to dress and what our manners should be like. If you are a Pastor's Wife looking for a book that gives encouragement and practical help then this book is for you...especially if you are new to the "position". However, if you have already read a extensively from books written for the wives of Pastor's than you may want to skip this book. While full of everything you can imagine, I found much of it to be common material in books of this genre and some of it in today's culture is rather outdated as this book is 10 years old.

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