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All articles by Sheila Stephen

Sheila Stephen is Lecturer in Pastoral Theology. Her academic background is in Biblical Studies and Social Theory & Institutions
as well as Counselling. She is a professional counsellor, clinical supervisor and trainer. She has written materials for youth and
children’s ministry for a number of years and has run training courses in a variety of settings. She has many years of experience
in women’s ministry in local churches and at a national level, and has authored numerous articles on pastoral care and women’s
and children’s issues. She has been an innovator and pioneer in the voluntary sector and is a Trustee of a number of charities.


December 2017
Articles > Historical

Anne Askew (1521 – 1546), Protestant martyr

This year marks 500 years since the Reformation began in 1517, when Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the church door at Wittenberg. In this article, Sheila Stephen, visiting lecturer at The Wales Campus, Union School of Theology, writes on a heroic, though largely overlooked, person from the Reformation. Church history isn’t tidy,…

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Review – What the Bible teaches about marriage


March 2008

Review – What the Bible teaches about marriage

What the Bible teaches about marriageAnthony SelvaggioEvangelical Press; 233 pages; £6.95;ISBN: 978-0-85234-634-1Oh no, not another book on marriage! I have to be honest and say that this was my first reaction on receiving this book to review. There are more books on my shelves on this subject than any other. However it wasn't long…

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