Articles by Kelley M. Mathews
- A Professor's Singular Focus: Choosing to Be Celibate for Christ
While to some, professor Abe Kuruvilla, MD, PhD, might fit the description in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice opening— “a single man in possession of a good fortune”— he most definitely does not fulfill the part about being “in want of a wife.” The homiletics professor, instead, practices what he calls ecclesiological singleness.
- Video Interview: Elisa Morgan on Using One's Influence
- An Uncommon Friendship
A Jewish teen and a middle-aged Gentile living in Israel describe their journey together as friends and ultimately as brothers.
- The Male Church Leader's Guide to Female Conflict Resolution
Adapted from Leading Women Who Wound
- 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.
- Why Feed the Hungry?
Mike Douris (ThM, 1984), of Orphan Outreach, talks about how following Jesus involves meeting more than people’s spiritual needs.
- Communicating Christ in a Digital Age
More than twenty-six hundred Dallas Seminary graduates work on Sundays in some official capacity as pastors or youth directors. Although Jeff Baxter (ThM, 1979) carries neither of those titles, he too produces his best work for delivery on Sunday mornings.