Preachers’ Kids: Living In Glass Houses is an inspirational book about an often isolated group of Children and Adults living among us. It reveals the good, and not so good, the bullying, including perceptions of casual observers. This book explores blunders, bloopers, as well as victories made by those Living in Glass Houses. Albeit, the adversary was defeated on the Cross of Calvary. To God Be the Glory! Yet, we must learn to appreciate God’s entire handiwork – all humankind. As you read this book, you will discover that The Children of Those Who Serve [CoTWS] desire to be like you. Your position in life does not matter to God. What matters is for all of us to take the blinders off of our eyes and see that those Living in Glass Houses are people, too.
As you peruse the pages of this book, some stories will make you laugh, cry and/or get angry. You will find yourself hanging on for the next line, filled with adventure and excitement depicting the road Children of Those Who Serve travel. These Children desire to be accepted. Thus, this book is written for the Children of The Reverend Clergy; as well as Public Servants, who have likewise dedicated their lives to the service of humanity and to you. This professional exemplary group silently serve among us; doing their jobs, as Ministers and/or Public Servants. These amazing Citizens willingly respond to human need, pain and suffering, any moment, for any happening, any time, often putting themselves at risk.
Many who serve humanity come from humble beginnings, while others have plenty. Nonetheless, they give their lives to Ministry and caring for the needs of others on a daily basis. These extraordinary people are from all cultures, religions, economic status, etc. Collectively, they are recognized as The Reverend Clergy and/or Public Servants. The purpose for which this book was written is: To encourage The Children of Those Who Serve [CoTWS] while explaining their plight to others. All of these Children are tucked-in under an ageless giant alliance umbrella termed Preachers’ Kids and/or the Kids of Public Servants. We are indebted to all of them, religious and secular. Stop the bullying and accusations of them. Pain hurts, no matter who’s crying. Children of Those Who Serve, be encouraged. We feel your pain. We offer all of you, an eternal: “We Love You.”