Matt Sauder Reading List

Have Compassion on our Campuses! Developing Curricula for Ministry in an Urban and Needy World

Fletcher L. Tink
Brian Postlewait

From the Introduction:

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Journal article

Communicating Holiness to the Filipinos: Challenges and Needs - The Path to A Filipino Theology of Holiness

Jason V. Hallig

Taken from the introduction:

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Journal article

The Challenge of Culture: Articulating and Proclaiming the Wesleyan-Holiness Message in the Asia-Pacific Region

David A. Ackerman
The Challenge of Culture

How can the church articulate the gospel message in ways relevant to the many diverse cultures of the Asia-Pacific region? To what degree can and should theologians, educators, pastors, and missionaries contextualize this message in this pursuit of relevancy? How can we bring our theology to culture without losing theology to syncretism or the plague of pluralism? How does the dynamic understanding of holiness in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition address these issues?

English
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Book

Holiness embodied in the Asia-Pacific context

Floyd T. Cunningham

Post-modernism, Asia-Pacific ways of thought, and a renewed reading of Scripture prompt us to see that
the Western over-emphasis upon individuality was a mistake. Revivalism arose in a culture that separated
individuals. Our hymns and our preaching reflect this centeredness upon self. Consequently, our
church’s emphasis has been upon the entire sanctification of individuals alone without, sometimes, balancing
that with an equal call to responsible participation within community. Both our context and the

English
Type: 
Journal article

The use of mobile apps by selected millennials of Victory Christian Fellowship Ortigas to facilitate religious practices

April Anne Fallaria
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This study seeks to answer the main question: How do millennial members of Victory Ortigas use religious mobile apps in facilitating religious practices?
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Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015364

The influence of group indentity on the preaching patterns of Bible Methodist pastors in the Philippines

Richard G. Hutchison
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People view themselves not only as individuals, but also as members of a group. Furthermore, people identify themselves with multiple groups based upon areas in which they share similarities with other group members. Group Identity Theory (GIT) is a socio-psychological field of thought which seeks to understand how individuals view themselves in light of various group identities, and also how various groups interact with each other.
English
Type: 
Thesis
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00005110

Doctrinal beliefs and practices of selected 15-18 year-old youth in the Philippine Church of the Nazarene: do they understand, believe, and apply the Articles of Faith in their lives?

Rogelio Yalung Macabuhay
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This study has been conducted with selected youth in three districts of the Church of the Nazarene in the Philippines, identified as Districts A, B, and C. Six churches from each district were selected to participate in the study.
English
Type: 
Dissertation
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015356

The Bible Speaks to Me About My Witness (Revised Edition)

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From the Preface

Could we walk together in a discovery of "witness"? I have tried to deal with biblical issues about witness in a way that would speak to people like you and me. I've hoped and prayed the "speak" would be strong enough to improve our witness -- to make a difference. You will discover this pattern over and over again: from Bible to everyday life.

English
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Book

Barriers to student persistence in higher education

Charles Tillman

Tillman presents a review of the literature which addresses both the practical and theoretical barriers related to the lack of persistence amongst college students.

English
Type: 
Journal article

A case study investigating collaborative working environments at the secondary level and the influence on student achievement

Rebecca Wills
This case study examined the positive influence a collaborative work environment has on improving student achievement. Research identified ways administrators, department leaders, and teachers work together in order to enhance student learning. For the purpose of this case study, data was gathered using a mixed methods approach investigating a collaborative work environment. The theoretical framework of transformational leadership was interlaced into this study to explore the three research questions on collaboration.
English
Type: 
Dissertation
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00004981
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