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Mixed Ministry: Working as Brothers and Sisters in an Oversexed Society

Mixed Ministry- Working as Brothers and Sisters in an Oversexed Society

In an excerpt from their next book, Mixed Ministry: Working as Brothers and Sisters in an Oversexed Society, Dr. Sue Edwards (MA[BS], 1989) and Kelley Mathews (ThM, 2000) consider our common calling.

Henry Rogers
Henry J. Rogers is the corporate chaplain for Interstate Batteries in Dallas, Texas. He serves on the President's Council for Dallas Theological Seminary and on the boards for World Impact-Dallas, Children's Hope Chest, and as chairman of the board for Probe Ministries. He is the author of The Silent War: Ministering to Those Trapped in the Deception of Pornography and coauthor with Heather Jamison of the teen books Keeping It Real and Real Stuff.
Sue G. Edwards
Dr. Edwards’s heartbeat is to reinforce ministry partnerships between men and women, which strengthen church and parachurch organizations locally and worldwide. She has over forty years of experience in Bible teaching, educational ministries, leading ministry to women, retreat and conference speaking, training teams and teachers, overseeing staff, and writing curriculum.  She is the author of “The Discover Together Series”, currently providing thirteen inductive Bible studies for women, co-author of five leadership books for women, and co-editor of "Invitation to Educational Ministry, Foundations of Transformative Christian Education."
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