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Dr. Rochelle Scheuermann

Rochelle Scheuermann, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Evangelism & Leadership; Director of M.A. in Evangelism & Leadership; M.A. in Missional Church Movements; M.A. in Ministry Leadership; M.A. in Global Leadership


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Rochelle Scheuermann is Associate Professor of Evangelism & Leadership and serves as Director for four master’s degrees in the Graduate School. She earned her M.Div. from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Intercultural Studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Prior to coming to Wheaton, Rochelle served as Program Director & Associate Professor of Intercultural Studies and Vice-President of Academics at Lincoln Christian University. She is an ordained minister and served as Associate Pastor at a church plant in downtown Salt Lake City, UT.

In addition to holding memberships in several academic societies, Rochelle is a member of the consulting editorial board for Missio Dei Journal, a board member for Can Do Kids International, and participates on the national board for the Evangelical Missiological Society where she has twice served as national co-chair (2015 and 2020). Rochelle’s research interests include disability and the church, theology of mission, and the intersection of preaching and culture. She has contributed articles for Trinity Journal, Missio Dei Journal, and the Orality Journal; a chapter in Worship and Mission for the Global Church: An Ethnodoxology Handbook (2013, William Carey Library); is co-author of the textbook, Preaching in the Contemporary World (2006, Global University); and is co-editor of Controversies in Mission: Theology, People, and Practice of Mission in the 21st Century (2016, William Carey Library) and a forthcoming book Not Forgotten: Mission to Women Amid Global Crises (Wipf and Stock).

 

Trinity Evangelical Divinity School
Ph.D., Intercultural Studies

Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
Master of Divinity

 

  • Disability and the Church
  • Preaching and Culture
  • Theology of Mission
  • Evangelical Missiological Society: National Board Member (2018-present); Regional Vice-President (2012-2017); Member (2008-present)
  • Missio Dei Journal: Consulting Editorial Board (2012-present)
  • American Society of Missiology: Member (2014-present)
  • Associate of Professors of Mission: Member (2020-present)
  • Can Do Kids International: Board Member (2019-present)
  • Illinois School of Ministry (Assemblies of God): Faculty Member (2014-2017)

Scheuermann, Rochelle. 2020. “Churches and the Vulnerable in the Time of COVID.” The Exchange at Christianity Today (September 4). Online article. https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2020/september/churches-and-vulnerable-in-time-of-covid-19.html.

Scheuermann, Rochelle Cathcart. 2018. “What is Biblical Preaching?: Preaching and Culture.” The Exchange at Christianity Today (December 27). Online article. https://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2018/december/preaching-culture-what-is-biblical-preaching.html.

Scheuermann, Rochelle Cathcart. 2018. “Paul G. Hiebert’s Anthropological Insights for Missionaries –Thirty-Three Years Later.” Missio Dei Journal (Winter-Spring).

Scheuermann, Rochelle Cathcart. 2016. “Integrating the Arts and Preaching.” Orality Journal, Vol 5, No. 2: 75-82.

Cathcart, Rochelle L. 2012. “How to Integrate the Arts and Preaching.” In Worship and Mission for the Global Church: An Ethnodoxology Handbook, ed. James R. Krabill, 460-467. Pasadena, CA: William Carey Library.

Cathcart, Rochelle L. 2012. “Culture Matters: How Three Effective Preachers (Timothy Keller, Rob Bell, and Father Pfleger) Engage Culture in the Preaching Event. Trinity Journal 33 (Fall): 209-222.

Cathcart, Rochelle L., and Mike Nichols. 2009. “Self Theology, Global Theology, and Missional Theology in the Writings of Paul G. Hiebert.” Trinity Journal 30, no. 2 (Fall): 209-22