Pastoral & Practical Theology
Steven Raulerson has a doctorate from the Graduate theological Foundation in Ecumenics and Inter-Traditional Studies and an MDiv from Seabury-Western Theological Seminary with concentrations in Theology and Scripture. He is a Bethel-certified teacher trainer. His MA work was in Anthropological Jurisprudence and cross-cultural dynamics. He has substantial experience in higher education administration and has served as chief development officer, vice-president and, also, as interim chief executive officer. He authored the first Affirmative Action program for the University of Oklahoma and was later a special consultant to Oklahoma State University Board of Regents by gubernatorial appointment. He is a Regent for Logos Christian College and Graduate Schools. In the corporate world, he was an investment banking professional, specializing in municipal underwriting, financial consulting and industrial development revenue instruments. He is an active member of the Screen Actors Guild as Talent and is a consultant for documentary projects. He currently serves as Bishop for Chaplaincies and Federal Ministries, Christian Communion International, and is in his thirty- second year of ordained ministry. He is Secretary General, Society for the Life of the World.