Date of Award

11-1981

Embargo Period

1-2018

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (Theology) MA(Theol)

Faculty

Arts & Theology

School

Ministry and Theology

Abstract

Problem: Members of the larger churches often are deprived of the advantages of close fellowship. Consequently, they either remain in the church with social needs unfulfilled, or they seek fulfilment outside the Adventist church in ways that may conflict with a Christian lifestyle. Many withdraw from the church permanently. A Christian growth group was formed at Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church with this problem in mind.

Comments

Project Report: Thesis (M.A.)

Andrews University, School of Graduate Studies, Avondale Campus, 1981.

Published with permission from Andrews University.

Staff and Students of Avondale College may access a print copy of this thesis from Avondale library (253.7 M36).

Every effort has been made to contact the author of this thesis to gain their permission. If the author objects to this thesis being online please email research@avondale.edu.au

Recommended Citation

Martin, D. R. (1981). Christian growth groups (Master's project). Andrews University, Avondale Campus, Australia: Andrews University.

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