Panel with Dr. Sandra Glahn, Exploring Biblical Views of Women in Leadership
A vital question for men and women in the Church is “How much can women lead?” Join us on February 7 as we explore Scriptural truths and women in history to better answer this question. Our moderator and panel participants will help us understand the fundamentals and differences in various Bible-based views on women in Church leadership.
- Date: February 7, 2019
- Time: Noon – 2:00pm
- Location: Northwest Bible Church
About the Panel
Dr. Sandra Glahn, Panel Moderator
In addition to teaching DTS classes as an Associate Professor, Dr. Sandra Glahn teaches immersive courses in Italy and Great Britain, as well as immersive courses in writing and in worship. Dr. Glahn is a multi-published author of both fiction and non-fiction, a journalist, and a speaker who advocates for thinking that transforms, especially on topics relating to art, gender, sexual intimacy in marriage, and first-century backgrounds as they relate to gender. Dr. Glahn is the author of over twenty books and a regular blogger at Engage, bible.org’s site for women in Christian leadership. She and her husband have one adult daughter.
Dr. Sue Edwards
Serving as a DTS Associate Professor, Dr. Sue Edward’s heartbeat is to reinforce ministry partnerships between men and women. 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. Married to David for forty-six years, she especially enjoys romping with their five grandchildren and their two west highland terriers.
Amy Leigh Bamberg
Amy Leigh is an Alabama native who never drinks sweet tea. Ever. She has a passion for bridging the Word of God into people’s everyday lives in both formal and informal settings. Currently she serves as a pastoral resident at Bent Tree Bible Fellowship in preparation for preaching, pastoring, and sharing leadership of a local congregation. Chat with her about journeying through shame, gardening, peanut butter, Auburn football, church history, the role of women, and, well…anything.
Dani Ross is a ThM student at Dallas Theological Seminary, and will graduate Fall 2019. She looks forward to continuing her education in pursuit of a PhD in Systematic Theology immediately following her graduation. Her interests include Trinitarianism, gender studies, and Edwardsian scholarship. Dani and her husband Tyler have been married for twelve years, and have three boys, Cody, Bradley, and Walker. They live in Flower Mound, TX with their two Great Pyrenees, Boaz and Dori.