A Strategy for Transformation of Men through Implementing Principles from Wesley's Class and Band Groups
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Transformation, Men, Wesley, Class, Band, Groups
Practical Theology | Religion
Campbell, John Joseph, "A Strategy for Transformation of Men through Implementing Principles from Wesley's Class and Band Groups" (2019). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2308.
The purpose of this thesis project will be to implement certain principles from John Wesley’s class and band groups into the men’s ministry group meeting with the goal of the transformation of men. The research will occur at Grace Fellowship in Comstock Park, Michigan. The author of this project is the founding Pastor and Elder of the church who has been for five years and still is part of the men’s ministry group. Through the use of questionnaires, surveys, personal interviews, and analysis of the information collected by these means, this study will compare information collected before the implementation of Wesley’s principles and information collected after the application of such principles. The comparison and analysis of this information will be used to determine the effectiveness of the principles introduced in the spiritual transformation of men. This research may serve as a model to implement into the women’s ministry or other small groups at Grace Fellowship, as well as other local churches, to maximize the spiritual growth of followers of Jesus Christ.