Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

A model for training in spirit-led prayer: Utilizing prayer to motivate and empower for outreach
by Wilson, Kathleen I., D.Min., United Theological Seminary, 2013, 276; 3574831
Abstract (Summary)

The context of this project was Arise Church in Spokane, Washington. The problem is Arise members are not reaching out into the community. The purpose is to train participants in Spirit-led prayer to prepare them for outreach. The central question explored was: Can training in Spirit-led prayer increase motivation and empower participants for outreach? The training occurred in a home fellowship group. The method of research employed was a qualitative case study. Data was collected using pre and post training surveys, interviews, and journals. The results were participants had increased knowledge, skill, and confidence in Spirit-led prayer.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Whitford, David
Commitee: Cothran, Leroy, Grimes, Randy, Hayward, Joan, Singleton, Daphene, Swisher, Stephen
School: United Theological Seminary
Department: Doctor of Ministry
School Location: United States -- Ohio
Source: DAI-A 75/02(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Religion, Theology, Religious education, Spirituality
Keywords: Evangelism, Holy Spirit, Outreach, Prayer, Prayer training, Spirit-led prayer
Publication Number: 3574831
ISBN: 978-1-303-51945-1
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