A Survey of Church Growth Methods Used by Christian Churches in the Southeastern United States
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
James A. Freerksen
Primary Subject Area
Religion, Clergy; Religion, General; Religion, History of; Sociology, General
Bolejack, E. Arlin, "A Survey of Church Growth Methods Used by Christian Churches in the Southeastern United States" (1994). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 204.
The development, distribution, reception and interpretation of a survey sent to selected Christian Churches/Churches of Christ in eight of the southeastern United States. The survey's purpose was to discover the church growth methods and philosophies used by these churches where the migration of the population from the northern states has increased the population in their areas. The survey was sent to churches that displayed at least a ten percent membership increase between 1985 and 1992. The data was reviewed to determine what these churches were doing and conclusions made on effective church growth methods.