Ministry Marriages

Learn to appreciate each other’s gifts for a healthy ministry and marriage.
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Appreciating the gifts that God has given you and your spouse ends unnecessary confusion, jealousy, and envy that threaten the unity in our marriages. As my husband and I have learned to appreciate each other’s gifts, our family is better and our marriage is preaching in ways we never imagined.

Dr. Domeniek L. Harris is an author, speaker, educator, women's ministry leader, Bible teacher, and founder of By His Side Ministries, a multicultural, inter-denominational, and international ministry for ministry wives. She is the new CEO of The National Coalition of Pastor’s Spouses. She and her husband have helped establish When Pastors Pray, a ministry to address the mental health and spiritual needs of those called to the pastorate. She is a co-laborer in pastoral and outreach ministry with her husband, Apostle Brian D. Harris, at Dominion Living Ministries in Memphis, Tennessee.

February21, 2018 at 9:06 AM

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