John H. Aukerman
John Aukerman, professor of Christian education, has a heart for the teaching and discipling ministries of the church. Before coming to the seminary faculty, Aukerman served the Church of God in Indiana and West Virginia. Aukerman teaches in the areas of discipling, leading and teaching in the church, faith development, and Christian education. Aukerman also serves the seminary in three other important roles: as director of outcomes assessment, director of distance education, and director of the Center for Christian Leadership. The Center for Christian Leadership is the seminary’s non-degree continuing education program serving the international church. He has also served the church in many volunteer ministries with Maple Grove Church of God, Operation Love, Silent Blessings Deaf Ministries, and LOGOS midweek youth and children ministry. Aukerman has published Christian education articles and curricula, and a text book, Discipleship That Transforms: An Introduction to Christian Education from a Wesleyan Holiness Perspective. His hobbies include gardening, Cleveland Indians baseball, and Star Trek.
Aukerman joined the School of Theology faculty in 1984.
Contact Dr. Aukerman:
Professor of Christian Education; Director of Distance Education;
Director of Outcomes Assessment
B.A., Anderson University
M.Div., Anderson University School of Theology
M.S., Marshall University
Ed.D., Ball State University