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Janelle Coleman

Associate Professor
School of Education

Mrs. Janelle Coleman chose teaching as a career after witnessing the impact that both her mother and grandfather had on their students. She joined the Maranatha School of Education Faculty in 2013. Prior to that, she was a preschool and elementary teacher and had several years’ experience as a childcare assistant. Mrs. Coleman is the advisor for the Early Childhood Education program.

 “I love the students! It is a joy to invest in this next generation of teachers, so that they can go and impact young children. Psalm 145:4 is my verse for this year, ‘One generation shall praise thy works to another, and shall declare thy mighty acts.’” – Janelle Coleman

Education and Credentials

MEd Teaching and Learning, Liberty University

PS Pupil Personnel Services, Bob Jones University

BS Elementary Education

Campus Involvement: Speaking in society chapel devotions

Family: Janelle and her husband, Jonathan (Director of MBU’s Institutional Research and Effectiveness and part-time faculty), have been married since 2010 and are parents to twins (a boy and a girl)

Community Involvement: Attends community events geared toward children, including the local Talk/Read/Play initiative and Children’s Day Fair

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Church Ministry: Janelle teaches in the 3 and 4 year old Kids for Truth program in her church as well as the 2 and 3 year old Junior Church program. She is also a Sunday School mentor for college students and participates in special music.

Other activities and interests: teaching children at church; making educational activities for her own children; reading and writing; playing board games with her family