WHDL - 00017678
WHDL - 00017678
This study was focused on addressing the problem of laity ministry involvement at Molo Church of the Nazarene, the researcher employed 12-week of intentional equipping intervention based on Ogden’s concept of equipping. In line with this, the researcher developed 12 lessons which were utilized during the course of the 12 week equipping sessions. The researcher used a pre-test, mid-test and post-test to assess the growth of participants concerning ministry involvement. This paper utilized the participatory action research methodology as a guide in the cycle of equipping intervention. In the data gathering, the researcher used mix methods (qualitative and quantitative) to draw a comprehensive conclusion to answer the given phenomenon. The participants in this research were identified into two groups. The three key participants worked with the researcher in the planning and evaluating process and the other 12 participants were the participants in the 12 week equipping classes. This paper presented the findings of the study. The findings showed that equipping the laity in the local church brought significant change in individual lives and to ministry involvement. From the findings the researcher has formulated recommendations and conclusions from the findings drawn from the data gathered and analyzed.
This collection contains the ministry research projects of our graduates that fulfilled the degree of Doctor of Ministry in Transformational Ministry at Asia-Pacific Nazarene Theological Seminary.