Dr. Hockenhull’s hunger to know God and how to better minister to His people was what led her to Ashland Theological Seminary. Through small group gatherings at ATS’ Detroit Center and in the DMin program, she has experienced profound examples of God’s love and care for her as an individual. Those experiences have unlocked her ability to use her own gifts of encouragement and prayer as she ministers at ATS.
Over the years, Dr. Hockenhull’s most significant spiritual growth has occurred as the Lord teaches her to discern his guidance. Pastoral counseling, formational prayer, and spiritual direction have also been transformative.
Dr. Hockenhull has three beautiful daughters—Jessica, Jillian, and Joy—and one grandson Corey. In her free time, she loves to spend quality time with family and friends.
Original Observations in Refereed Journals
- Kemling, N., D.W. Kraus, J.D. Hockenhull-Johnson, J.B. Wittenberg, S.N. Vinogradov, D.A. Walz, B.F.P. Edwards and P. Martin. Crystallization of a complex of hemoglobin components II and III of the symbiont-harboring clam, Lucina pectinata. J. Mol. Biol. 222: 463-464 (1991).
- Hockenhull-Johnson, J.D., M.S. Stern, P. Martin, D.M. Desiderio, J.P. Wittenberg, S.N. Vinogradov and D.A. Walz. The amino acid sequence of hemoglobin II from the symbiont-harboring clam Lucina pectinata. J. Prot. Chem. 10: 609-622 (1991).
- Hockenhull-Johnson, J.D., M.S. Stern, J.B. Wittenberg, S.N. Vinogradov, O.H. Kapp and D.A. Walz. The amino acid sequence of hemoglobin III from the symbiont-harboring clam Lucina pectinata. J. Prot. Chem. 12: 261-277 (1993).
- Johnson, J.H., M.S. Stern, D.A. Walz, D.W. Kraus and J.B. Wittenberg. Partial amino acid sequence of hemoglobin II from Lucina pectinata. In: Structure and Function of Invertebrate Oxygen Binding Proteins. Eds. S.N. Vinogradov and O.H. Kapp. Springer Verlag, pp. 263-266 (1991).