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Sally Conway, Author

Sally changed the world with her life and gifts. Sally was an author, conference speaker; co-founder, and vice-president of Midlife Dimensions, 1981 until her death in May 1997.


Sally authored, co-authored, or was a contributor to several books such as, Your Husband’s Midlife Crisis, Menopause, and   When a Mate Wants Out.   She co-authored the column “Life at the Crossroads”, Today’s Christian Woman, and co-author or articles in many other magazines.

 

Sally was given many honors such as, Who’s Who in the West-Contemporary Authors — 1994, Who’s Who in the West — 1995, Who’s Who in the World — 1996, The Worlds Who’s Who of Women — 1997, among others.

Sally earned a B.A. and an M.A. in education from the University of Illinois.   She was a public school teacher, pastor’s wife, and co-founder of Midlife Dimensions.   Plus she was a supportive Pastor’s wife, a mom to three daughters, and was grandmother for several amazing grandchildren.

 

She was an Adjunct Instructor and the Coordinator of Women’s Concerns at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, La Mirada, California, and served as a co-instructor, adjunct instructor, or lecturer of the D.Min. and M.Div. courses at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, CA, and several other universities or seminaries in the United States and overseas.

 

Sally and Jim Conway led conferences and retreats on marriage and family issues in churches, seminaries, and colleges in the United States and around the world.

 

Sally Conway appeared on national and local TV and radio, and was co-director of “Midlife Dimensions”, a national radio ministry which aired daily on 200 stations in the mid 80’s.

 

Sally died in May of 1997 after a seven year battle with breast cancer.   The story of her last year is chronicled in the largest paper in Southern California, “The Orange County Register”, Orange County, California.