Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Seth A. Bible
discipleship, hybrid, intercultural, intergenerational, online ministry, nondenominational, spiritual maturity
Christianity | Religion
Littlejohn, John H., "Intercultural, Intergenerational, Hybrid Discipleship at Kingdom Life Community Church" (2023). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 4598.
This action research project aimed to facilitate the development of a discipleship curriculum through which the diverse members of Kingdom Life Community Church (KLCC) would spiritually mature. The proposed curriculum was developed considering the church’s intercultural, intergenerational, and hybrid realities. During a ten-week trial period, a curriculum was designed and implemented in KLCC’s weekly small groups, called Kingdom Life Communities (KLCs), using a diverse sample group of 18 participants. Data was collected from the sample group and analyzed using statistical tests for quantitative data, and the unitizing, coding, and categorizing of qualitative data. The intervention yielded positive results, with each sample group participant who completed the trial period displaying and self-reporting spiritual growth within the trial period.