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LEADERSHIP BIBLIOGRAPHY—FAMILY MINISTRY

Gladys Hunt is associate director of the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Training Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and she and her husband, Keith, have focused much of their ministry on family relationships. LEADERSHIP asked Gladys to identify the books she would recommend for those ministering to families.

Involvement: Social and Sexual Relationships in the Modem World by John Stott (Revell).

In this second volume of a two-volume set, Stott deals with sexual issues, taking us into the center of family ministry. With his careful use of language and his typically lucid handling of difficult subjects, Stott gives fresh thinking on a variety of topics: Women, Men, God; Marriage and Divorce; The Abortion Dilemma; and Homosexuality.

The chapters are packed with good ideas. He speaks of "marriage as an adventure in reciprocal self-giving through which parents and children grow into maturity." Whether or not you agree with his conclusions, Stott sharpens our study of Scripture and stimulates our ...

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