MaryAnn Hawkins, professor of intercultural studies, brings significant experience to her faculty role at the School of Theology because of the years spent as academic dean for KIST in Kenya, East Africa. She and her husband Jim also served the Church of God (Anderson) in California before coming to the seminary. Hawkins is the national convener of Women in Ministry for the Church of God (Anderson) with the program Qara and is on the national board of the Wesleyan Holiness Clergy Women. In her capacity as dean of the chapel, Hawkins is responsible for the seminary’s worship ministry. She is the editor and contributor to two books, Thread of Hope and Called to Minister, Empowered to Serve.
Hawkins joined the School of Theology faculty in 2006.
Contact Dr. Hawkins:
Dean of the Chapel; Professor of Intercultural Studies
B.S., Bartlesville Wesleyan College
M.A., Azusa Pacific University
Ph.D., Fuller Theological Seminary