Sessional faculty at AMBS

Matthew Chandler, PhD

Sessional Faculty

Matthew Chandler is a Postdoctoral Fellow with the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications at the University of Notre Dame.

David C. Cramer, PhD

Sessional Faculty; Managing Editor, Institute of Mennonite Studies

David Cramer is the teaching pastor at Keller Park Church, an urban congregation in South Bend. In addition to teaching courses in theology, he serves as Managing Editor of the Institute of Mennonite Studies at AMBS.

Katerina Friesen, MDiv

Sessional Faculty

Katerina Friesen lives on Yokut land in Fresno, California. Her work centers around healing from the violence of structural sin.

Luke Gascho, EdD

Sessional Faculty

Luke Gascho is the director of the Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College, where he also serves as Professor of Sustainability/Environmental Education.

Jacqueline Hoover, MA

Sessional Faculty

Jacqueline Hoover is a freelance lecturer in Islamic Studies who teaches regularly in Germany and Egypt and at the University of Nottingham in the UK.

Paul Keim, PhD

Sessional Faculty

Paul Keim is professor of Bible and Religion at Goshen (Indiana) College and regularly teaches Greek and Hebrew courses at AMBS.

James Krabill, PhD

Sessional Faculty

James Krabill is Senior Executive for Global Ministries for Mennonite Mission Network.

Mary Lehman Yoder

Sessional Faculty

Mary Lehman Yoder is a retired pastor and active spiritual director.

Breanna J. Nickel

Sessional Faculty

Breanna J. Nickel is a postdoctoral lecturer at the University of Notre Dame.

Daniel Schrock, DMin

Sessional Faculty

Dan Schrock is co-editor (with Marlene Kropf) of An Open Place: The Ministry of Group Spiritual Direction (Morehouse, 2012) and author of The Dark Night: A Gift of God (Herald, 2009).

Gary Yamasaki, PhD

Sessional faculty

Gary Yamasaki is a faculty member at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia, Canada, and has scholarly interests in New Testament Greek and cultural studies of the New Testament era.