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Christian Devotions Speak UP with Lisa McKay

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Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when host Scott McCausey interviews author and preacher’s wife, Lisa McKay.

Lisa never wanted to be anyone’s wife—let alone a preacher’s. What she wanted was to go to college, find a corporate job in a big city, and live the life of a successful, independent woman in an adorable brownstone. Those were the plans until she met Luke—a non-Christian and definitely not a preacher. A chance conversation in Lisa’s workplace parking lot began a relationship that found them married a little more than a year later.
Unfortunately, the fairy dust evaporated and within a relatively short time, divorce had been filed. However, through the power of prayer and the intervention of God, both became born again believers in Jesus Christ. Little did they know that was just the beginning because the following year, Luke was called to vocational ministry.
That was almost 17 years ago. In that span of time, Lisa and Luke birthed four children. They attended Bible college in Kentucky, served a missions term in Mississippi, simultaneously pastored a church, attended seminary in North Carolina, and co-pastored a church in Georgia—and those are just the high spots. Currently, Luke and Lisa are happily serving a thriving Southern Baptist Church in north Alabama.
In addition to supporting Luke in his role as a shepherd, the Lord has called Lisa to a teaching and writing ministry. Her first book, You Can Still Wear Cute Shoes…And Other Great Advice from an Unlikely Preacher’s Wife, was be released by David C. Cook on February 1, 2010. Check out Lisa’s blog and her work at www.apreacherswife.com.

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