CitationWatt, Graham Christopher. “An Action-Research Project Investigating What Helps and Hinders Students Connected to Power to Change to Share the Gospel with Others.” D. Min., Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2017.
AbstractThe purpose of this action-research was to identify factors that helped and hindered sharing the gospel by post-secondary Christian students in contact with Power to Change. Barrier and facilitating factors were identified by combining themes from literature review and interviews of a convenience sample of 20 people from the population. From these factors, a survey was designed and disseminated. Data from the 89 respondents was analyzed by the researcher and Power to Change staff. A group study resource was developed focusing on one facilitating factor, “take the initiative,” and it was pilot tested with a small group. The impact of this small project was assessed by interviewing the participants of a small group. This research project helped identify an inventory of what helps or hinders students connected to Power to Change to share the gospel with others. This action-research approach can serve as a template for ministry development.
Degree AttainedThesis (D. Min.)—Tyndale University College & Seminary, 2017
Table of ContentsIntroduction – Theological Rationale – Precedent Literature – Methodology and Projects – Analysis and Findings – Summary and Conclusions
PublisherTyndale University College & Seminary
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