Lessons from the Sidelines:
Thoughts from on and off the football field on faith, family, and living well
Public life can be lonely, even when you are living on mission. We all need a cheerleader from time to time, and Lessons from the Sidelines aims to be just that. As the wife of a football coach, Beth Walker encourages women whose families are in the public eye to pursue their own callings even as they support their husbands’ careers and ministries. Through her own personal stories as well as interviews with other women who are also living just outside their husbands’ limelight, Beth shows it’s possible to do both.
Whether you’re a coach’s wife, the wife of a professional athlete, a pastor’s wife, the wife of a CEO, a military wife, or a college administrator’s wife, you have unique challenges to navigate that differ from the struggles of other women.
Lessons from the Sidelines will help you:
-Engage 7 steps to clarify your calling, identify your sweet spot, and implement strategies that will enable you to live on mission.
-Identify how the 5 Stages of Burnout can impact your marriage and your ability to fully embrace your calling.
-Tackle the unique hurdles of parenting in the public eye.
-Learn practical tips for getting through the harder parts of the calendar year.
The Ultimate Moving Guide:
for Coaches’ Wives, Ministry Wives, and anyone who frequently changes addresses
A moving guide for coaches’ wives, ministry wives, and anyone who frequently changes addresses.
Includes practical tips, encouragement, and strategy to incorporate a moving binder.
31 Days of Praying for Your Children During a Move:
31 short prayers for families in transition. Each day begins with a verse for reflection.
Whether this is your first move or your tenth, there are a few things that you likely dread every time the moving process begins. One of the things that tops our list is breaking the news to our kids that they have to say goodbye to yet another home.
Even if they have only settled into a community for a short season, what our kids know is always better than facing the unknown. It’s in these hard times that we may question if we’re making the right decisions.
I hope that by spending time praying over your kids this next month, God will comfort you and your children as you prepare to move and enter a new community.
Finding a new normal is never easy, but it is always possible with God.