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Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
In many rural communities there exists a stereotype about clergy education perpetuated since slavery. This project offered bi-vocational clergy opportunities to be equipped, empowered and certified for servant leadership. Data captured from 2006 through 2008 was taken from the 25 ordinands. Questions that guided this study were grouped into two sets: examination by quantitative measurements through the passing of a catechism; and by qualitative measurements from personal and telephone interviews. The results of the research revealed a discrepancy in the ordination process where prerequisites and retention studies must play a greater role for future ordinands.
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Jackson, George Bernard, "Ordination Training for Bi-vocational Clergy in the United Cornerstone Churches International, Inc. of Thomasville, North Carolina" (2009). Doctor of Ministry Projects. 20.