Developing a Strategy to Make Young Adult Disciples in Korean Churches: Focusing on God’s Word in a Discipleship Process
School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Fred C. Smith
Disciple, Discipleship, God's Word, Healthy Church, Small Group, Young Adult
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Missions and World Christianity | Other Religion
Park, Hyun, "Developing a Strategy to Make Young Adult Disciples in Korean Churches: Focusing on God’s Word in a Discipleship Process" (2016). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 1298.
There are many discipleship programs in Korean churches; however, the programs have not had positive effects on young adult for the purpose of developing disciple makers. Discipleship for young adult requires many elements in the process including God’s word, fellowship, training in Christian habits, and spiritual maturity. The purpose of the thesis is to examine Jesus’ and the Apostles’ discipleship processes and to suggest a strategy for making young adult multiply in Korean churches, focusing on God’s words as a discipleship making process. This study will explore discipleship processes of the New Testament and discuss how God’s Word has an effect on discipleship historically. This thesis will consist of a survey with about thirty-five young adults to analyze and evaluate current discipleship processes in Korean churches. Finally, this thesis will suggest a strategy to make young adult a disciple by focusing on God’s Word.
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