Discipleship Principles and Applications to Help Local Church Pastors to Become Disciple-Makers in South Korea
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Biblical Studies | Christianity | Missions and World Christianity | Practical Theology
Park, Dongjin, "Discipleship Principles and Applications to Help Local Church Pastors to Become Disciple-Makers in South Korea" (2014). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 926.
Every pastor is called to develop disciple-makers to fulfill the mandate of the Great Commission. Korean pastors have been trying to make disciples with many programs, but they have difficulties in making disciples that multiply. This is caused by misunderstanding the meaning of disciple and what disciple-making principles are in the Bible. The purpose of this project is to define the essential nature of a disciple and to research principles and applications for helping local church pastors to develop disciple-makers in South Korea by focusing on Jesus' ministry. The New Testament will be studied to discover principles for discipleship making. This research will be composed of questionnaires from at least thirty-one pastors to evaluate current discipleship models of Korean Churches. Following these research recommendations, a biblical model for making disciples in South Korean churches will be developed.
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