Pots, Pans, and Songs, A Book Review by Eleanor Corey – A Book Review

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Pioneer Preacher and a Wife with an Incredible Faith

Pot, Pans & Peace portrays Margaret Corey as a pioneer preacher’s wife, mother of 10 children, and a real model of the Proverbs 31 woman.

As the second child of eight children who also lived in the great depression era, I relived the memories of my childhood – so many similarities; a mother’s faith and a father’s determination.

Through her mother’s journals, keepsakes and personal memories Eleanor captures the frustration, doubts, fears, and demands of wife, mother, and the additional expectations of being a pastor’s wife.

Eleanor’s writing is heartwarming, encouraging, and motivating. I was inspired, challenged, and captivated as I followed Corey’s journey of faith, sacrifice, and example.

Eleanor Corey, , and Publisher, Stanwood, Washington 978-1734035803, $15.00, 2020, 251 pages

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