Check out the picture from the Steve Harvey Turkey Giveaway at Bright Hope Baptist Church.
Steve Harvey comes to Philadelphia!
Shirley Strawberry signs copies of her new book The Strawberry Letter: Real Talk, Real Advice, Because Bitterness Isn't Sexy at Barnes & Noble in Philadelphia on 4/6/11.
Good morning, I am a 32-year-old pastor, with somewhat of an issue. My wife and I are happily married and we have the typical issues as the next couple. Here is the situation. There is one particular lady in my church who really freaks me out and rubs my wife the same way. Often times I try to avoid contact with this woman, because she often says stuff like this "Come here and let me feel on you," or "come here and let grandma make you feel good." This lady is in her 80's but she doesn't have any limits. She oftentimes will randomly stop by my job and brings me lunch or offers to take me to lunch. Not only that, her actions are more than words. She has actually touched me inappropriately several times. She is very rude to my wife at church. She says things to my wife like "you need me to teach you how to take care of a man?" or "do you need me to cook for pastor?" My wife has told me that when she calls our house, she doesn't even speak to her, but instead will just asks to speak to me. Now my wife isn't as saved as I am, and she has come close to confronting this woman. I don't want this situation to go any further out of control than it is now. How do you think I should handle this? I don't want to look like a weak pastor, neither do I want my wife to catch a case behind this old lady.