Chaplain Acker is born in Hartford, Connecticut to Abijah and Mary Esther Acker.
Chaplain Acker enlists in the U.S. Army.
Chaplain Acker receives a Bachelor of Science in Bible from Philadelphia Biblical University.
Chaplain Acker receives a Master of Divinity from the Reformed Episcopal Seminary.
Chaplain Acker is commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
Chaplain Acker receives a Master of Theology from the Dallas Theological Seminary and is ordained to ministry through Reinhart Bible Church in Dallas, Texas.
Chaplain Acker serves as a chaplain in the U.S. Army.
Chaplain Acker authors “History of the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church.”
Chaplain Acker receives a Master of Science in guidance and counseling from Long Island University, Brooklyn.
Chaplain Acker advances through the grades to Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army.
Chaplain Acker retires from the U.S. Army.
Chaplain Acker is appointed director of alumni affairs at Philadelphia Biblical University.
Chaplain Acker becomes assistant to the general director at Biblical Ministries Worldwide in Lawrenceville, George.
Chaplain Acker is appointed director of World Wide Bible Institutes in South Gibson, Pennsylvania.
Chaplain Acker serves as chairman of the Association of North America Missions.
Chaplain Acker receives the North American Missionary of the Year Award from the Association of North America Missions.