By Dr. Sue Edwards and Kelley Mathews
Publisher: Moody Publishers
Release Date: February 1, 2009
Copyright © 2009 by Sue Edwards and Kelley Mathews
Personal attacks, difficult people, and conflict are inevitable in ministry. Whether you volunteer a few hours a week or work on full time staff, you won’t be the exception! But men and women perceive and process conflict differently. Finally, a book for women by women who have been there. Are you particularly vulnerable? Can you differentiate between constructive criticism and destructive attacks? Have you mastered the process Jesus taught his disciples? A practical comprehensive guide book, Leading Women Who Wound will prepare you to thrive in conflict as you learn to disarm and love women who hurt you.
Read an excerpt from Leading Women who Wound here
Special Considerations: None
Topics Addressed: Leadership, women in ministry, conflict resolution, gender differences in conflict, reconciliation, biblical strategies for conflict management
Sue Edwards teaches full-time in the Christian Education Department at Dallas Theological Seminary. She has more than twenty-five years of experience teaching, pastoring, and directing women's ministries. In addition to writing leadership books and Bible studies, Sue speaks at retreats, conferences, and seminars across the country.
Kelley Mathews is a freelance writer and editor. A former women's ministry leader, she is the coauthor of Mixed Ministry and other women’s ministry leadership books. She lives with her husband, John, and their three children in Texas.
Visit Sue and Kelley’s website at www.newdoors.info
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