George Hillman, the Chair and Associate Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership at Dallas Seminary, interviews Dr. Sue Edwards, Associate Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership at Dallas Seminary, and Dr. Barbara Neumann, Adjunct Professor in the Department Christian Education for Dallas Seminary, about the mentoring crisis in the church today and how authentic relationships can overcome the profound disconnect between generations.
Issues in Christian Education (Spring 2014)
- Organic Mentoring
- Parenting in Grace
Dr. Neumann is DTS Adjunct Professor of Educational Ministries and Leadership and an Academic Advisor on the DTS-Houston campus. She earned a Doctor of Ministry from Dallas Theological Seminary with a focus on Ministry With Women. A former women's ministry director, Dr. Neumann is a lecturer on mentoring next-generation women and a co-author of Organic Mentoring. She is a mother of 3 and grandmother of 11. Her hobbies include growing fruit trees in her backyard, floral design, and stained glass.
Dr. Hillman has a passion for education, spiritual formation, and leadership development. He came to Dallas Theological Seminary with years of ministry experience in churches and parachurch organizations in Texas and Georgia. Nationally known in theological field education, he has been active in leadership of both the Association of Theological Field Education (former member of the Steering Committee) and the Evangelical Association of Theological Field Educators (former two-time co-chair). He and his wife have one daughter. Dr. Hillman received his BS from Texas A&M University, followed by an MDiv and PhD from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.