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Preachers kid

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All my life I’ve been “the preachers kid” I also have a relatively large family. So, when I’m at church people actually refer to me as “the pastors kid” don’t get me wrong I love my church and I love my family, but my parents tell me that I’m always going to be different. I don’t want to be different! I’m also homeschooled so I feel like I’m isolated from the rest of the church. People ask me if I like being the preachers kid. I just say I’ve never known any different. My entire family wants to come to an upcoming youth event. I say “mom, no ones entire family comes.” Her response is “Your youths pastors entitre family comes.” (They have two baby girls) my dads response is “no one else is the pastors daughter. Like I said I don’t want to be different. Please help.

October 15, 2015 at 08:25
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Lol same except I’m not homeschooled. Idk what you mean by different, but have faith. The struggle is real tho amirite?

November 20, 2015 at 04:38


My dad became a pastor a few years ago and ever since then, I’m only “Jamie’s daughter”. It drives me crazy. No one can remember names, I get that. I am horrible with names. But is it so hard to ask me what my own name is and then ask who my parents are? Sometimes you just want to tell people that you’re you own person. Also, my dad preaches at a different church then where my youth group is. So I’m constantly going to both churches almost every other week. The struggle is real. lol

October 1, 2016 at 19:18
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