Things are beginning to change in the Chamberlain household. This coming August, we will get to welcome the newest edition to our family, already known as Baby C! Nothing could be more exciting. Or terrifying! In some moments, I feel excited. In others, completely terrified. And then there are the moments when I feel both … Continue reading 3 Lessons From My First 3 Months of Pregnancy
Written Together by Dale & Tamara ChamberlainOn October 6, we will celebrate one year of marriage. So, naturally, we now feel confident handing out expert relationship advice! (Just kidding.)But in our first year of marriage, we have learned a few good lessons that we thought we’d pass along to you. Here are nine.1. Finding and … Continue reading 9 Lessons from our First Year of Marriage
After laboring through a treacherous four mile run in the peak temperatures on late June afternoon, the last thing I wanted to do was deal with a broken toilet. The flusher on the toilet had been a little out of sorts for the previous few days. But today it finally broke. The water inside the … Continue reading Broken Toilets & Sanctification
“Being a pastor’s wife is a great privilege – the privilege to stand alongside your husband and support him in this unique calling.”Why didn’t I feel this way?Why was one of the greatest challenges in our relationship my husband’s ministry? I love that Dale is a pastor, and I can see the evidence of God’s … Continue reading Ugly Confessions of A Pastor’s Wife
On Saturday, May 19, 2018, we made the perhaps ill-advised decision to run in what is called a Spartan Beast race. This is a 13 mile race with 30 obstacles. The obstacles include scaling walls, crawling under barbed wire, carrying sandbags up a mountain, swinging across monkey bars, and many more physically demanding tasks. Oh, and … Continue reading 4 Things Endurance Sports Taught Us About Marriage
This blog really springs from our genuine excitement to talk about theology and real life. Sometimes it seems like these two worlds are so far disconnected as if theology is just something really nerdy Christians care about but that rarely transfers to real life. But we love talking about the hard things of faith and how they impact our daily lives.