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Leadership Communication : How Leader-Communicators Shape A Missional Culture, Willis Randy May 2008

Leadership Communication : How Leader-Communicators Shape A Missional Culture, Willis Randy

ATS Dissertations

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Transformation Into Mission : A Case Study Of Forest Park United Methodist Church, Derek Edward Russell May 2008

Transformation Into Mission : A Case Study Of Forest Park United Methodist Church, Derek Edward Russell

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The Pastor As Missional Church Architect, James Derrick Lemons Jan 2008

The Pastor As Missional Church Architect, James Derrick Lemons

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Assessing Missional Orientation : Observing Biblical Community, Incarnational Service, Bold And Humble Witness, And Reproduction Of Disiples In Light Of An Awareness Of The Holy Spirit, Tim Volkman Jan 2008

Assessing Missional Orientation : Observing Biblical Community, Incarnational Service, Bold And Humble Witness, And Reproduction Of Disiples In Light Of An Awareness Of The Holy Spirit, Tim Volkman

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Spreading Scriptural Holiness: Theology And Practices Of Early Methodism For The Contemporary Church, Laceye Warner Jan 2008

Spreading Scriptural Holiness: Theology And Practices Of Early Methodism For The Contemporary Church, Laceye Warner

The Asbury Journal

The early Methodist movement-above all else-was evangelistic. However, the contemporary language of mission and evangelism with which we are familiar was not in use during the 18th century. In the "Large" Minutes, John Wesley summarized his understanding of Methodism's purpose: "What may we reasonably believe to be God's design in raising up the Preachers called Methodists? A. To reform the nation and, in particular, the Church; to spread scriptural holiness over the land." The early Methodist movement offers resources to local congregations among Protestant denominations in the contemporary North American context preoccupied with a shallow connotation of evangelism ...