An exploration of the impartation ability of apostolic practices in family systems
Hobby E Chapin
Abstract: The purpose of this case study is to understand how apostolic practices may be imparted and implemented in the context of families. The hypothesis was family units who are equipped in and apply apostolic practices will see an increase in their ability to impart those practices to other family units. Apostolic practices were implemented within the context of fourteen families in the Denver Metropolitan area. Data was gathered from pre- and post-testing, a focus group, journal entries facilitated among participants, and a survey conducted among successful apostolic leaders. Data was triangulated confirming the hypothesis.
Degree Granting Institution
Paul L King
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