A Program development on training junior pastors of East Central Korean Conference on disciple making
This study has two main purposes: (1) to conduct a training program on disciple making for junior pastors of East Central Korean Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, and (2) to provide proper suggestions to the conference for the improvement of the program. Before proceeding to the main parts, it first examines biblical, theological, and theoretical foundations of disciple-making. Then, it provides some background information for the whole study. A 3-day training program on disciple-making was designed; then this design was implemented from August 31 to September 2, 2005. This study describes how the program was designed, and how it was implemented in detail. The evaluation of the program was done mainly with questionnaires, interviews, and the researcher's own observations. Based on this evaluation, several practical suggestions have been given to East Central Korean Conference for the improvement of the training program This study concludes that disciple making is a Bible-based method of evangelism and church growth and that the training on disciple-making must be continued on a regular basis. it ends with some suggestions for future studies on disciple-making.