I did try to look through some of your posts but I must have missed your response. You're pretty active on here, so it's hard to keep up What I understood is that your ministry comes before your wife, and if she ever became a hindrance you wouldn't have any problem moving on without her. You also said pretty clearly that you don't answer to God for anyone but yourself. While this is true in the sense that your wife or other family members are accountable for their own sins, you are accountable for how you lead them and love them. Paul mentions in 1 Timothy 3 and Titus 1 that men are judged by how they lead their families--so you could be disqualified from leadership if your kids were wild and rebellious. He also tells us to love our wives the way Christ loved the church (Ephesians 5:25). The last time I checked, the church has been a major hindrance to building Jesus' kingdom, and He hasn't left us yet.