Best of 2021 (and a reader survey)

Hey friends!

Thanks so much for your support and encouragement over the last six months. I’ve been blogging about vocational ministry since 2014, but the new site- Good Pastor’s Wife– didn’t become a thing until summer of 2021. It’s still a work in progress, so thanks for your patience as I carve out what I hope is a welcoming, safe, and inspiring space for ministry wives around the world.

Speaking of around the world, here’s a look GPW’s reach in 2021.

The top countries we’re reaching on a daily basis include:

  • the United States
  • various countries in Africa
  • Canada
  • the United Kingdom
  • India

Top posts from 2021:

Notes from readers:

It makes my day to read the comments and emails you write. Thanks so much!

Here are a few sweet notes:

“Thank you for opening up!”

Katelyn Lee

“Thank you for pouring into other minister wives. This is such a great support group!”

See Vang

“Thank you Kristy for your willingness to support fellow pastor’s wives. You understand the struggles we face and offer wisdom and encouragement.”


“Thank you so much for your writings. Please do more.”


What do you want to read about in 2022?

As we step into a new year, I’d love to know what you want to read about at GPW. Have two minutes to send some feedback my way?

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Take this quick survey and let me know what’s on your mind!

Take the 2-minute reader survey!

Want to write for GPW?

Are you a preacher’s wife who loves to write? We’re currently looking for guest writers here at GPW.

If you’re interested in joining the writing team in 2022, fill out this form and we’ll chat!

Thanks again for being a part of this community, and for helping make it a safe place for preacher’s wives around the world. I look forward to another year of serving and growing with you.

Want to connect? @goodpastorswife is now on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest.

Here’s to living well-

xo, Kristy

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