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Mr. Hauge joined Grace University in 2002 as an Assistant Professor in Biblical Studies. In 2005, he returned to serve as a full-time pastor but continued to teach classes at Grace as an Adjunct. In 2013, he accepted a part-time position in the Pastoral Ministries Department.
After completing his BA in Pre-seminary Studies at Grace University, in 1978, his wife Cheryl and he went to Dallas Theological Seminary. They left for Pastoral work full-time in 1982, completing ThM work in 1984 with a major in Bible Exposition.
Mr. Hauge has taught several different classes including the books of Hebrews, Galatians-James, the Epistles of John, the Petrine Epistles and Jude, the Pastoral Epistles, the General Epistles, and 1 and 2 Samuel. In addition, he has taught Survey of Theology I, New Testament Survey, Marriage and the Family, Hermeneutics, Evangelism and Spiritual Life, Personal and Spiritual Development for Ministry, and second year Greek Exegesis.
The Fall of 2013 brings yet another class challenge. Mr. Hauge will be teaching Communicating God's Word.
Mr. Hauge has done several conferences including two main presentations at Grace Evangelical Conference on An Exegetical Consideration of Acts 2:38 and the Salvation of Hebrews 5. In addition, he has given workshops at the Okaboji Lakes Conference over a number of years focusing on issues such as Dealing with Sins that Hang on and Salvation in the book of Hebrews.
Mr. Hauge and his wife Cheryl, a native of Minnesota, met at Grace University. They currently live in Papillion, and have three children. They both enjoy following Nebraska University sports and Mr. Hauge was blessed to be able to give at least one chapel a season for the football team for a 15 year period, ending in 2002. He feels it is significant that NU won three national championships during that time and fell short in two other title games. He also is happy for Bobby Bowden winning one of those games and is not the least embittered that the referees seemed to many to give the game to him.
One of the great joys of Mr. Hauge's life today involves mentoring young men as they prepare for future ministy.