Dr. Mike Reuschling is a professor of Counseling at the Ashland University Theological Seminary.
Dr. Reuschling's time at Ashland Theological Seminary has vitalized his spiritual walk and given him an outlet for one of his great loves: teaching. He is respected both in and outside his department for his wisdom, longevity in the field, and care for the students.
Dr. Reuschling considers it a gift to teach classrooms filled with students who are hungry for knowledge and for God. To that end, he cares deeply about the integration of Scripture, theology, and counseling practices, desiring that students encounter God when in his classroom and develop the habits and dispositions to be Christ to hurting people.
Ashland Theological Seminary has not only been a professional and spiritual outlet in Dr. Reuschling’s life, but also the place where he met his lovely wife, Wyndy, who is also a professor. In his free time, Dr. Reuschling enjoys traveling with his wife and spending time with family. He also enjoys studying and reading and has a fondness for any book by Eugene Peterson or Walter Brueggemann. He is an “Ohio boy,” born and raised in the snowbelt of northern Ohio and still loves snow to this day.