Equipping Selected Oklahoma Baptist Youth Ministers with Reproducible Disciple-making Behaviors
The project aim was to equip selected Oklahoma Baptist youth ministers with reproducible disciple-making behaviors in a workshop setting. Laying a foundation for the project, in phase one of the project director researched the areas of discipleship and disciple-making to determine consistent, reproducible behaviors in replicating disciples. The project director compiled the findings of the research into a report ultimately identifying common, reproducible behaviors that facilitate disciple=making. In phase two of the project, the project director studied curriculum design and lesson writing resulting in a curriculum to use in the project workshop presenting the reproducible behaviors of making disciples discovered through phase one research. Phase three followed curriculum development. Phase three included organizing and hosting the training event to equip workshop participants in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning domains. The project director measured goal achievement at each stage by a number of means including expert evaluation, course completion, knowledge testing, evaluated practice, and personal assessment by learners related to concepts and practices addressed in the workshop as well as the workshop itself.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
Joe Sherrer Ph.D.
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