Developing an e-Learning Discipleship Training Model for Forsyth Korean Baptist Church, Cumming, Georgia

Full Title
Developing an e-Learning Discipleship Training Model for Forsyth Korean Baptist Church, Cumming, Georgia
Author
John Kwak
Abstract
The project director studied a new alternative method to educate and train believers in local churches with the focus of Forsyth Korean Baptist Church, Cumming, Georgia. It has become difficult time for believers living in a rapidly changing society to gather in a church for the Bible study and spiritual education. As the age, occupation, and residence of believers have become more diverse, each person has a different time to be trained and educated in the church. Accordingly, a new method of education and training is required in the church.

The e-Learning teaching method, which has become new teaching method, is well known and useful in general education. However, the e-Learning education and training method in local churches are not yet common. This is not only due to a lack of understanding of the approach for e-Learning education and training methods but also due to an absence of the implementation manual for application.

The project director aimed to help understand e-Learning and to study the e-Learning education methods and a blended learning to solve practical problems needed for application. Based on the content defined in the research, the project director developed an e-Learning manual to build up discipleship training for believers of Forsyth Korean Baptist Church.
Degree Granting Institution
Country
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Advisor
Jeongseop Ahn Ph.D.
Language
Korean
Date
2020
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