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Cornelia Hernández

CORNELIA HERNÁNDEZ DE MATOS es médico, terapeuta familiar, sexual y de parejas. Sirve como consejera bíblica en la Iglesia Bautista Internacional en Santo Domingo, República Dominicana. Forma parte del equipo coordinador del Ministerio de Mujeres EZER de dicha iglesia, y disfruta escuchar a otras mujeres y ver la obra de Dios en ellas. Durante su carrera profesional y ministerial, la Dra. Hernández ha ayudado a cientos de mujeres a encontrar su identidad sexual dentro de su matrimonio. Cornelia está felizmente casada con Ezequiel Matos.
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