The Cultural Appropriations of Organic Church Leadership, Rhythms, and Methodologies into the Traditional Church Model
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Church Methodology, Discipleship, Leadership, Missional, Organic, Small Groups
Arts and Humanities | Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Practical Theology | Religion
Lewis, Aaron, "The Cultural Appropriations of Organic Church Leadership, Rhythms, and Methodologies into the Traditional Church Model" (2018). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 1824.
Within this thesis project an engagement with organic church structures, in relation to elements of leadership replication and natural rhythms of life, which are foundational to organic church expressions, will be explored. The metanarrative of leadership replication strategies and methodological elements which are foundational to the bio-communities contained within the context of simple and organic church expressions will be evaluated for their replication within the traditional church context. The intention of this thesis is to provide traditional church communities with crossover methodologies from organic church gatherings for the development of replicating leadership as well as holistic biblical communities.
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