Establishing a Revitalizing Strategy for Church Planters: An Analysis of Church Planting Trends of the 21st Century within the Published Works during the Past Thirteen Years (2001-2013) in America
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
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Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Practical Theology
Choi, Ji Woon, "Establishing a Revitalizing Strategy for Church Planters: An Analysis of Church Planting Trends of the 21st Century within the Published Works during the Past Thirteen Years (2001-2013) in America" (2014). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 822.
Church planting is the most valuable method to spread the Gospel, and God wants to see His churches everywhere. Nevertheless, many church planters have produced strikingly different results; depression or growth. The purpose of this thesis is to analyze and research about current church planting trends within the published works during the past thirteen years (2001-2013) in the United States and to suggest a healthy church planting and growth model for local church planters in America and the World. After the analysis of the current trends in the 21st century, the particular statistical evidences and theological views about this study will lead a suitable guidance for church planters who want to build and spread new churches. The surveys from current church planters, members, and scholars will be also reflected in this significant process for reconciling theory and practice of church planting.
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