“Christian coaching is about collaboration, working together to uncover and confront the difficult questions we all try to avoid, discovering honest answers to those questions through dialogue and prayer, and using those answers to build a stronger life with a solid spiritual foundation focused on personal improvement by serving Christ through serving others.”
Dn. Johnothon Sauer, PhD
Dn. Johnothon Sauer has spent the last 32 years as a high school mathematics teacher, during which time he has mentored and counseled countless numbers of students, guiding and coaching them to obtain a positive mindset based on servant leadership. Since his ordination in 2017, he has taken an interest in using these same skills to help and support members of his parish and community, with the added benefit of seeing in Christ the ultimate example of a servant leader.
His educational career took him to The Ohio State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Education (1990) with a major in mathematics education, and to The University of Cincinnati, where he earned a Master of Arts for Teacher (1998) and a Doctor of Philosophy (mathematics, 2009).
Dn. Johnothon and his wife of 32 years have four children and four grandchildren.