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Leadership in the urban church : an ethnographic study of pastoral ministry practices in West Philadelphia / submitted by Douglas M. Carpenter, Sr.

By: Carpenter, Douglas M [author.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2017Description: [vi], 92 pages ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Christian leadership -- United States -- Pennsylvania | City clergyOnline resources: Dissertations & Theses @ Lancaster Theological Seminary | Digital Archive of Lancaster Theological Seminary Dissertation note: Major project (D. Min.)--Lancaster Theological Seminary, 2017. Abstract: This qualitative research project identified pastoral ministry leadership practices in the urban ministry context of West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The researcher utilized the ethnographic semi-structured research model to interview eight pastors at their respective churches within their urban ministry context. The main focus of the research study was to identify common and/or unique pastoral leadership practices amongst the research participants in order to develop a resource called, "Pointers for Pastors," to add to the existing literature and to enhance pastoral leadership training models.
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Major project (D. Min.)--Lancaster Theological Seminary, 2017.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 60-64).

This qualitative research project identified pastoral ministry leadership practices in the urban ministry context of West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The researcher utilized the ethnographic semi-structured research model to interview eight pastors at their respective churches within their urban ministry context. The main focus of the research study was to identify common and/or unique pastoral leadership practices amongst the research participants in order to develop a resource called, "Pointers for Pastors," to add to the existing literature and to enhance pastoral leadership training models.

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