It was a beautiful service. Lots of people that have traveled this pastoral road before us got up to speak and share their wisdom. He took vows. He was prayed over. It was like watching him in a wedding ceremony that I didnt get to be apart of. In some ways thats true. There are things he does and people he meets with that I wont get to share in. He has a covenant that is different than mine. He is called to a place and a role that is much different than mine. We are on this journey together, yes, but God requires him to care for souls in a different way than God requires of me.
I am coming to realize how much "service" this life of ministry requires. As stay at home moms knows-all day long I serve, serve, serve. And all day long my husband serves, serves, serves. Then he comes home and we have people in our home and serve, serve, serve. It's good work, rewarding work but its hard work. But we are so glad we are on this road and that God sees us fit for us to care for people's souls, care for people's marriages, care for peoples wounds and joys. What a joy!
Welcome to the Morginskys blog! Our family and friends are spread across the globe and we set up this place for those that want to read about the goings on of the adventures of our family. We have lived in Nashville but are headed to St. Louis for a new chapter in our lives.