Livingston, Joshua Robert. “Refinement and Implementation of a Christian Leadership Development Model at Pickering Pentecostal Church.” D. Min., Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2017.
This research project involved the refinement and implementation of A Christian Leadership Development Model (ACLDM) at Pickering Pentecostal Church (PPC) for the purpose of developing leaders. Empowering and developing leaders is a strong value at PPC but the church had not effectively implemented a strategy for developing leaders on a continual basis. This research project studied six participants as they progressed through ACLDM. The methodology used was primarily qualitative research using methods of data collection that included survey, observation and guided interviews. The Apostle Paul provided a list of qualifications for Christian leadership within the Pastoral Epistles (l Timothy 3: 1- 13; I Timothy 4:12-16; Titus 1:5-9). This list of qualifications was organized into seven growth categories. Participants focused on one of the seven growth areas and engaged in three phases of learning while in consultation with three supporting parties to determine if the model would result in leadership growth. The research indicated that every participant experienced perceived growth while going through ACLDM. The key findings resulted in the formation of a refined model called Christian Leaders Learning Cycle (CLLC). CLLC has proven itself to be an effective leadership development model at PPC and is recommended as a model for consideration in other local church contexts
Thesis (D. Min.)—Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2017
Table of Contents
Introduction – Theological Framework – Precedent Social Science Literature – Project, Methodology and Methods – Outcomes, Findings and Interpretations – Conclusion
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