John H. Aukerman

 John H. Aukerman
Address1100 East Fifth Street
Anderson, IN

Professor of Christian Education, Director of Distance Education, Director, Anderson University School of Theology

B. A., Anderson University,
M.Div., Anderson University School of Theology,
M.S., Marshall University,
Ed.D, Ball State University,

Dr. Aukerman is a faculty member within the Anderson University School of Theology. He has been a member of the faculty since 1984, having come from pastoral ministry. He serves the Seminary as professor of Christian education, director of distance education, chairman of the admissions committee, and web site editor. He offers the following courses:

Educational Foundations for Christian Ministry
Orientation to Online Graduate Theological Studies (online)

Faith and Human Development (online)

The LOGOS Ministry (distance)
The Teaching Ministry of the Church
Leading, Teaching, and Discipling Children (independent study)

Leading, Teaching, and Discipling Youth (independent study)
Leading, Teaching, and Discipling Adults (independent study)
Literature of Christian Education (reading course)

Internship in Educational Ministry

He enjoys volunteer ministry in the church, serving as a lay leader at Maple Grove Church of God in Anderson, as a volunteer at Operation Love Ministries in Anderson, as a board member and trainer for The LOGOS Ministry, and as chairman of the board of directors for Silent Blessings Deaf Ministries.

His hobbies include gardening, Cleveland Indians baseball, and Star Trek (all versions, but his favorite is Deep Space Nine). He has published Christian education articles and curriculum, and is currently working on a major introductory Christian education text book from a Wesleyan holiness perspective.

Areas of Interest

Pastoral Ministry;

Logos Almanac of the Christian World

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