It's Hard Being a Pastor's Kid

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By Rod Anderson , CP Cartoonist
June 8, 2013|12:47 pm
It's Hard Being a Pastor's Kid

 I was serving a church in St. Petersburg, Florida, when it hit me hard. One of my young children had playfully fallen on the floor in the foyer after a worship service. A deacon in the church came up to me and spoke forcefully: "You need to tell your kid to get up. Pastors' children aren't supposed to act that way."
My internal emotional reaction was carnal. I'm just glad I held my tongue. I was really mad. I can still remember my thoughts: "How dare this man hold my young son to a standard different than other kids! My boy really didn't cause any harm. He was just being playful.
I recently conducted a Twitter poll of pastors and their spouses about this very issue. Though the poll was informal and not scientific, the responses were nevertheless fascinating. Here are the top seven responses in order of frequency. A representative comment or combined comments are given with each of the seven.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/seven-things-pastors-would-like-church-members-to-know-about-their-children-97533/#YMwXPjzOUxxF4VPc.99

 

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