Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Emergent Generation, Evangelism, Evangelistic, South Korea, Worship, Young Adult
Christianity | Practical Theology | Religion
Choi, Kihun, "21st Century Evangelistic Worship Strategy for the Emergent Generation in South Korea" (2014). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 880.
Young adults are leaving the church. According to a research of Barna Group, three of every five young Christians are forsaking the fold. Therefore, reaching and sustaining the next generation in the local church is one of the most important issues for the church today. Young adults who were born in 1977 through 1994 are disappearing from or not attending the local church in South Korea. The purpose of this project is to present the development of an evangelistic worship strategy, which transfers the Christian faith to the next generation and presents a recovery model based on evangelism. The research will consist of surveying young adults and case studies of churches that have succeeded in this area. This author will provide a strategy model that will provide a plan to reach this current and future emergent generation.