DMin Major Projects

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DMin Major Projects

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Electronic editions of major projects, including theses and dissertations, from Lancaster Theological Seminary Doctor of Ministry graduates

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Lancaster Theological Seminary

Items in the DMin Major Projects Collection

Adult Leadership Development in Youth-Based<br />
Ministry
Digitized copy of a dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Lancaster Theological Seminary in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Ministry. This project compares the adult-based
youth ministry paradigm with the youth-based youth ministry…

Description of Effective Pastoral Counseling with Low-Income Black American Clients
Digitized copy of dissertation submitted to the faculty in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Ministry. 3 electronic PDF documents. 40 pages, 40 pages, 41 pages.

A History of Immanuel Evangelical and Reformed Church, Shillington, Pennsylvania
A thesis submitted to the Department of History in the Theological Seminary of the Evangelical and Reformed Church in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Divinity.

Grief in the Loss of a Pastor: Implications for Interim Ministry
A dissertation submitted to the Faculty in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Ministry. Electronic PDF document. 123 pages.

Holy Fun: A Path to Church Consolidation
A dissertation submitted to the Faculty in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Ministry. Anabel Proffitt, advisor. Electronic PDF document. 138 pages.

Living the Christian Faith in Artistic Creations
A church pastor, his choirmaster and a graphic artist collaborate in producing a five-part cantata, "Resurrection and Redemption," and three accompanying paintings. The pastor joins biblical and theoretical reflection with the join creative activity.…

Paying Attention: Comparison of Desired Characteristics of Ministerial Leadership in the United Church of Christ
Meeting leadership needs of the United Church of Christ, which includes finding the best ways to prepare new leaders for authorization, has been a lively conversation in the denomination in recent years. A decade of study led to a national…

Living Wills For Congregations: A New Approach to Church Life Transitions
DMin dissertation by Delia M. Fahnestock, May 2008. Electronic PDF document. 121 pages.

Welcoming All: A Comparison of Church and Familial Expectations in Disability Ministry
A Dissertation by Amy E. Dows, submitted to the Faculty in candidacy for the degree Doctor of Ministry. This project compares the expectations of churches providing intentional disability ministries with the expectations of members affected by…