Aug 18, 2020 • 1HR 7M

On depression, being a pastor’s wife, and ministerial second-hand smoke with Kellie Gray.

 
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In this edition of the Ministry Minded Podcast, I am elated to share a conversation I was blessed to have with my mom, Kellie Gray, about her crisis of faith and journey with depression.

Kellie Gray is the wife of Dr. Mike Gray, who serves as the the senior pastor of Colonial Hills Baptist Church in Taylors, South Carolina. She has been ministering alongside my dad for nearly 35 years. She has three kids (including me), but is often found doting on her four grandkids. If you would like to connect with Kellie to chat about ministry life, especially along the lines of ministering as a pastor’s wife, feel free to do so by sending her an email.

Resources.

Exultant Joy in Our Living Hope,” sermon by Dr. Mike Gray

The smile of God in the storms of life,” sermon by yours truly

No more tears left to cry: the night of weeping,” article by yours truly

God loves dark comedies,” article by yours truly

Faith, depression, and clinging to the rumor of grace,” article by yours truly

Suffering: Gospel Hope When Life Doesn’t Make Sense, Paul Tripp

Grace: So Much More Than You Know and So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray

Sponsor.

Ministry Minded is sponsored by Fresh Roasted Coffee, a locally owned and operated coffee house in the heart of Central Pennsylvania that produces the freshest coffee and delivers it at peak drinkability. Use offer code “GRACE10” at checkout to get a discount off your next order. Buy some coffee!

Credits.

Intro music: “You Say (Instrumental Version)” by Lauren Daigle, Centricity Music, 2018.