Evaluating Discipleship Program Effectiveness of Liberian Churches in Worcester, Massachusetts
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Evaluating, Discipleship, Effectiveness, Formation, Application, Transformation
Biblical Studies | Practical Theology | Religion
Gibson, Jesse G., "Evaluating Discipleship Program Effectiveness of Liberian Churches in Worcester, Massachusetts" (2019). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2129.
This project is evaluating discipleship program effectiveness of Liberian churches in Worcester, Massachusetts. The goal of this thesis is to develop a strategy and effective program for the Liberian churches in Worcester, Massachusetts as a tool to train and educate the Liberian churches for effective and adequate discipleship programs. This project will survey Liberian Christians residing in Worcester, Massachusetts who are members of churches that are dominantly Liberians. This research will help others to understand their religious background, social lifestyles and commitment to discipleship. Implementation of the 12-step training proposed in this project will enable the Liberian churches to be successful in the United States of America and globally.