Jesus in an Ethnically Rich Environment: A Multi-Cultural Study in the Requirements for Effective, Consistent Gospel Communication in Southeast Renton, Washington
Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, May 2019
xiii, 247 pagesThis project arose from the desire to minister in the dominantly multicultural community of Renton, Washington. The project utilized interviews to reveal common factors that would enable gospel communication across several ...
A Phenomenological Exploration of the Experiences of Counselor Education Doctoral Student Mothers with Young Children
Oregon State University, August 2017
xii, 195 pagesThe number of women in doctoral programs is increasing each year and women now comprise the majority of doctoral students in America (U.S. Department of Education, 2015). Previous research has shown the high levels of ...
Characteristics of Higher Education Environments Conducive to Adaptive Change
Azusa Pacific University, November 2016
xii, 345 pagesMultiple factors, including affordability and expected outcomes, have converged to cause unusual pressure on higher education administrators and faculty and prompt the need for change (Kezar, 2009; Selingo, 2013; Zemsky, ...
Replicating Predictors of Spirituality and Happiness in Children
Seattle Pacific University, May 2014
viii, 112 pagesPositive psychology provides the theoretical framework for this replication and extension study of Holder, Coleman, and Wallace (2010). Their results indicated that spirituality (especially the domains of communal and ...
The Texts We Teach: A Study of Canon Formation Processes at Christian Secondary Schools
Seattle Pacific University, 2011
200 pagesThe pedagogical canons at Christian schools are formed by the systematic interaction of theoretical and pragmatic factors. And although demographics, finances, and parental pressure do affect text selection, the methods ...
The Place of Pentecost: David Johannes du Plessis, the Assemblies of God, and the Development of Ecumenical Pentecostalism
Princeton Theological Seminary, November 2010
viii, 289 pagesThis dissertation focuses upon the work of the Reverend David J. du Plessis, an individual with deep connections to both denominational Pentecostalism and the Charismatic Movement in mainline American churches of the 1960s. ...
Developing Results-Based Leadership Attributes and Team Cohesiveness Through Action Learning
Walden University, August 2010
vi, 186 pagesThose who develop leaders in manufacturing settings have little data that describe the usefulness of action learning as a method of developing leaders’ abilities to improve results-based leadership attributes or perceptions ...
Exploring Frameworks to Integrate Globalization, Mission, & Higher Education: Case Study Inquiry at Two Higher Education Institutions in the Pacific Northwest
Seattle University, 2010
231 pagesThe purpose of this study was to explore the merits of three conceptual frameworks that emerged from a synthesis of literature related to globalization, mission, and higher education. The first framework, higher education ...
Institutional Strengths, Fundraising Messages, and Private Giving Outcomes in Tier One Research Extensive Universities: a Multiple Case Study
University of Nebraska, May 2007
vii, 179 pages
Preach to Reach: Seven Characteristics of Effective Evangelistic Preaching
George Fox Evangelical Seminary, March 2007
222 pagesAlthough studies continually show that Americans consider themselves spiritual, church attendance has continued to decline. A common reason people give for not attending church is that the sermons are boring and irrelevant. ...
Experiences Affecting Post-Freshman Retention of American Indian/Alaskan Native Students at a Bible College
Arizona State University, December 2000
xx, 243 pages
A Parent Education Seminar on the Value Development of Children
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminar, April 1993
ix, 253 pages
The Effect of Cooperative Learning on Academic Achievement in Introductory College Biology
Washington State University, May 1992
viii, 212 pages
A Study on Recompense in the Gospel of Matthew
University of Sheffield, November 1991
176 pagesIt is argued in this thesis that the theme of recompense in Matthew is best understood when it is seen against the backdrop of the recompense schema which inheres in the Sinai covenant. In chapter 1 an Old Testament ...
A Survey of Students' Perceptions of Bias in American History Texts
University of North Dakota, November 1989
iv, 140 pages
The Discrimination and Categorization of Pitch Direction by the Young Child
University of Washington, 1989
vi, 146 pages
Toward Identifying and Developing Essential Teaching Competencies for Faculty Members of Assemblies of God Bible Institutes in the Philippines
Denver Conservative Baptist Seminary, March 18, 1988
vii, 303 pages
A Suggested Design for a Continuing Education Program for Assemblies of God Pastors in Indonesia
Seattle Pacific University, November 1983
The Conspiracy Argument as Rhetorical Genre
Northwestern University, August 1980
x, 320 pagesConspiracy allegations are omnipresent in American history. This dissertation is a study of the generic aspects of the conspiratorial argument. The inquiry operates from two basic premises: (1) conspiracy discourse is an ...