L. Nikki Hardeman

Director of Admissions at Mercer University

Location:
1501 Mercer University Drive, Macon, Georgia, United States
Company:
Mercer University
HQ Phone:
(478) 301-2700
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Last Updated 11/8/2017

General Information

Employment History

Associate Coordinator  - CBF/GA

Pastoral Resident  - First Baptist Church

Education

Bachelor of Arts  - Mercer University

Master of Divinity  - 

Master of Divinity  - McAfee School of Theology

Web References  

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Nikki Hardeman
Rev. Nikki Carroll Hardeman is a teacher and minister. While currently staying home with her children, she continues to pursue her vocational call to ministry through adjunct-teaching Hebrew Bible at Mercer University, teaching and writing through FaithElement, and supply preaching. Nikki strongly believes that for too long, clergy have not given their congregations enough credit when teaching them about scripture and faith. She has a deep passion for encouraging people of faith to dig deeper in their study, and to wrestle with the complexities that a life of authentic faith can present. She believes that as we do this, we grow; and as we grow as people of God, we inspire others to seek their own life of faith. Nikki graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Mercer University in 2002 and from the McAfee School of Theology with a Master of Divinity in 2005. While at Mercer, Nikki met her husband, Daniel, and they married following graduation. After McAfee, Nikki served as the pastoral resident at the First Baptist Church in Rome, Georgia, and then as the Associate Coordinator for Congregational Life at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia. Daniel and Nikki have three children: Natalie, a curious six-year-old; Aiden, who is in heaven; and Liam, a very busy two-year-old.

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Nikki Hardeman
Rev. Nikki Carroll Hardeman is a teacher and minister. While currently staying home with her children, she continues to pursue her vocational call to ministry through adjunct-teaching Hebrew Bible at Mercer University, teaching and writing through FaithElement, and supply preaching. Nikki strongly believes that for too long, clergy have not given their congregations enough credit when teaching them about scripture and faith. She has a deep passion for encouraging people of faith to dig deeper in their study, and to wrestle with the complexities that a life of authentic faith can present. She believes that as we do this, we grow; and as we grow as people of God, we inspire others to seek their own life of faith. Nikki graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Mercer University in 2002 and from the McAfee School of Theology with a Master of Divinity in 2005. While at Mercer, Nikki met her husband, Daniel, and they married following graduation. After McAfee, Nikki served as the pastoral resident at the First Baptist Church in Rome, Georgia, and then as the Associate Coordinator for Congregational Life at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia. Daniel and Nikki have three children: Natalie, a curious six-year-old; Aiden, who is in heaven; and Liam, a very busy two-year-old.

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Nikki Hardeman has been the Associate Coordinator for Congregational Life at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Georgia for a year and a half.
Nikki attended Mercer University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002. While at Mercer she met her husband Daniel, and they were married right after graduation. Following college, Nikki attended the McAfee School of Theology and graduated with a Master of Divinity in 2005. After McAfee, Nikki served as the pastoral resident at the First Baptist Church in Rome, Georgia. In July of 2007, Daniel and Nikki were very excited to become the parents of Natalie Jo who is now 22 months old. Nikki likes reading and being outside.

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