CitationLim, Kheng Hai. “Equipping Care Group Leaders Using the Motif of Prophet, Priest, and King in a Singaporean Bible-Presbyterian Congregation.” D. Min., Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2013.
AbstractThe training of care group leaders is often overlooked. At times their role is not clearly defined. As a result some care groups function like a social group without spiritual direction. This research project addresses the training needs of care group leaders by exploring an innovative way of developing a training program that attends to the main functions of a care group leader. The threefold office of Christ as prophet, priest, and king is used as a model to guide the development of the training program. Through the use of action research and active participation by twenty four care group leaders, the author has developed a nine-hour training program that can be conducted over three sessions. This training program is found to be useful in equipping care group leaders with the knowledge they require to fulfil their role effectively
Degree AttainedThesis (D, Min.)—Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2013
Table of ContentsIntroduction – Biblical, Theological, and Historical Basis – Precedent Literature and Cases – Methodology and Project Design – Findings – Discussion and Conclusion
PublisherTyndale University College & Seminary
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