Awah, Jerome Ebua. “A Contextualized Approach to Leadership Training in Jesus City Mission, Cameroon.” D. Min., Tyndale University, 2022.
The goal of this project was to understand the approaches that should be present in a contextualized curriculum for leadership development at the Jesus City Mission (JCM), Cameroon. The need for an indigenous approach to leadership training contextualized to the Cameroonian African context, in contrast to the current adopted Western model was identified. This project developed a model for leadership training to prepare ministers for service in the rapidly growing JCM church. To reach this understanding, a participatory action research process incorporating qualitative data-collecting instruments was employed, interviewing and surveying of Ministerial Academic (MINACA) students and JCM stakeholders. A focus group of 8 participants was constituted, 10 MINACA former students and 25 current students were interviewed. Sixty questionnaires were administered to participants. We discovered that trainers must not only be qualified but must be conversant with the sociocultural realities of where training is taking place. Leadership training must be hands on. This information provided a foundation for the future development of various training processes in JCM and other Christian denominations facing similar challenges.
Thesis (D. Min.)–Tyndale University, 2022
Table of Contents
List of Figures – List of Abbreviations – Chapter I: Introduction – Chapter II: Leadership Context – Chapter III: My Approach to Christian Leadership and Leadership Training in Cameroon – Chapter IV: Field Ministry Project -- Chapter V: Conclusion – Appendices.
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