Clergy husband

So, my husband has taken to blogging.  Or, more precisely, to his other blogs, he has added a new blog on the experience of being married to me, and thus (in a way) to my job; he is a “clergy husband.”

I think it’s an important thing; he’s absolutely right when he identifies the social and cultural isolation of men who are married to women in ministry.  And men articulating and sharing their experiences can only be a good thing in breaking that down.

Now, I wouldn’t express everything in quite the way he has (I have a particular disapproval of being called a “priestess,” even in jest), but I invite you to head on over, take a look and see what you think.  Join the discussion if it interests you.  Help make this a broader discussion, which the church badly needs to have!



2 comments on “Clergy husband

  1. Hannah says:

    Link please? I’ll check it out.

  2. paidiske says:

    There’s a link in the post, but here it is not hidden:

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