A study of spiritual healing and revival of youth fellowships through social network services focusing on young adult group of Wonju First Methodist Church
The paper begins with the problem recognizing for the future of the church caused by the indifference about life in faith of the young adults in the church and the lack of community. When young people in a church are vital, the church becomes a dynamic church. For the reason, it is necessary to understand the importance of the young adults in the church. Young people today open and share their lives through the social networking service and are connected with others opening new communications. The church now needs to accept the culture of this era and to improve young people with programs utilizing social network services. In this paper, the author organizes the project with the purpose and constructs and implements programs using Facebook, and KakaoTalk, representatives of the contemporary social network service, with contents such as the Bible meditation and writing, gratitude sharing, intercessory prayer, and sharing Christian video clips and so on. In this persp ective, the author examines the change in life in faith and in community consciousness of young people.