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Women's Leadership Team

Welcome to the Women's Ministry of The mission of Women is to provide trustworthy resources, proven training materials and biblical encouragement to women so that they walk more closely with God and expand their influence for Christ. In this area you'll find great resources in the areas of: Bible Study, A Woman's Life, Personal Growth and more.

Women's Leadership Team     Engage Blog Authors

Sue Bohlin

Sue Bohlin is a speaker/writer and webmistress for Probe Ministries, a Christian organization that helps people to think biblically. She loves teaching women and laughing, and if those two can be combined, all the better. She also loves speaking for MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) and Stonecroft Ministries (Christian Women's Clubs) on the topic How to Handle the Things You Hate But Can't Change, based on her lifelong experience as a polio survivor. She has a freelance calligraphy business in her home studio; hand lettering was her "Proverbs 31 job" while her children were young. Sue also serves on the board of Living Hope Ministries, a Christ-centered organization that helps people struggling with unwanted homosexuality and the family members of those with same-sex attractions. Sue never met a cruise ship she didn't like, especially now that God has provided a travel scooter for getting around any ship! She is happily married to Dr. Ray Bohlin, vice-president of Probe Ministries, and they have two grown sons.

Ann Golding

Ann Golding

Ann Golding is a graduate of Baylor University and Dallas Theological Seminary. Ann has a passion for coming alongside others in times of grief and crisis and has written a curriculum titled “The Ministry of Presence” which she has been teaching since 2003. Ann has Clinical Pastoral Education training from Methodist Hospital System, Dallas; Victim Relief Chaplain’s Association Certification; Dallas Police Department Volunteer Chaplaincy training and has worked as a volunteer chaplain at DFW Airport Interfaith Chaplain’s Office. Ann also enjoyed several years in Bible Study Fellowship in various capacities. She has recently worked for RREACH ministries as a program developer and Global Proclamation Academy coordinator. Currently she is enjoying serving as the chair for Association of Women in Ministry Professions, and employing her passion at UTSW Clements Hospital as a volunteer chaplain.

Ann loves spending time with her family: husband Steve, son Garrett and wife Elizabeth, daughter Mallory and her husband Brian, and especially her first grandchild Quinn Rebecca.

Gwynne Johnson

Gwynne Johnson currently serves on the Board of Entrust, Inc., an international education and training mission where she authored the Entrust curriculum, Developing a Discerning Heart. She recently served as Co-Chair of the training project, Christian Women in Partnership, Russia and as Senior Director of Women's Ministry at Stonebriar Community Church in Frisco, Texas. Gwynne has a M.A. in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary.

She currently lives in Huntsville, Texas with her husband of 58 years, Don. She works part-time in her daughter and granddaughter's bakery "The Best Box Ever," where she gets paid in cookies.

Dianne Miller

Pursuing her life passion to teach the Word of God, train leaders and connect people in community, Dianne Miller has dedicated years as a teaching leader in Bible Study Fellowship as well as directing Women’s Ministries at the Church of the Apostles in Atlanta, Georgia and Northwest Bible Church, Dallas, Texas. Most recently, she was the Minister of Community at Northwest. She earned a Master in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. Dianne celebrates 45 years of marriage to her husband Brad. They have three children: Carrie who is married to Michael, Matt who is married to Bess, and Brent who is married to Shea. Her greatest joy is her seven grandchildren, Olivia, Hammer, Raleigh, Madeleine, Morgan, Connell, and Lelia.

Karla Zazueta

Karla D. Zazueta is an architect-turned-discipleship-leader serving at Stonebriar Community Church (Spanish Ministries) in Frisco, Texas. She loves all things Guatemalan—coffee, cookies, and especially engagement rings. God used her itch for international travel to turn her surrendered single life into one of marriage and ministry. She sums up her and her husband’s love story in this way: “I got engaged in Guatemala to a Mexican I met in Israel.” Many countries visited and several years later, she is now a Spanish language student, Hispanic pastor’s wife, natural wellness teacher, writer, and mother to two furry felines.

Karla has a M.A. in Christian Leadership from Dallas Theological Seminary and a B.S. in Architectural Studies from Southern Illinois University. She is the author of Discipleship for Hispanic Introverts and was a featured contributor in the Fall 2015 Issue of DTS Magazine with the article, “From the Garden to the Garden: Tracing Our Sobremesa through the Bible.”

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