Becky Wilson

Becky Wilson, a Regular Contributor to For The Church, is a stay-at-home mom and formerly a pastor's wife for nearly twenty years. She is married to Jared, and they live with their two daughters in Missouri. Becky blogs on "food and home for the glory of God" at sassyfeast.com.

Jan 15

Honored To Be Dishonored by Becky Wilson

Sometimes ministry life is downright gut-wrenching and heart-breaking. But that's not quite the whole story.

Jan 15

This Is How I Know The Gospel Is True by Becky Wilson

This is something that I never could have orchestrated on my own.

Jan 8

3 Ways the Gospel Impacts Our Gratitude by Becky Wilson

The gospel re-establishes our identity so that we understand who we are in light of whose we are.

Dec 2

Can Savoring Food Be An Act of Worship? by Becky Wilson

Why do you suppose He gave us such a gorgeously diverse menu to choose from when we feed ourselves? Couldn't He have fed us simple manna every day?

Oct 2

Dealing With Accusation As A Pastor’s Wife by Becky Wilson

Recently, I’ve been asked if I have any insight as to how to deal with people who treat their pastors and pastors’ wives disrespectfully. It’s sadly epidemic, which probably surprises most people. The truth is, I have no idea why grown, seemingly mature believers behave this way. It makes no sense to me. Except for this . . .

Aug 24

Eating To Make God Happy by Becky Wilson

What do you suppose it might look like to eat or drink to the glory of God?

Aug 5

Chasing Sunsets by Becky Wilson

Oh, that I might treat the glory of God like a sunset!

Jul 7

The Best of Times, The Worst of Times by Becky Wilson

It’s so very hard but so very worth it. It's the best of times but the worst of times. Somehow simultaneously.

Jun 8

Trusting God To Do and Trusting God To Be by Becky Wilson

I have discovered that there is quite a massive chasm between trusting God to do and trusting God to be. So what's the difference?

Jun 3

Tucking Them In by Becky Wilson

I'm finding these days that tucking my children in to bed has much more to do with securing the edges of life than the edges of blankets.