Increasing Knowledge about Divine Healing Within the Leadership of an Immigrant Asian Baptist Church
ProQuest, 2007 - 181 pages
Scope and method of study. This project is called "Increasing Knowledge About Divine Healing within the Leadership of an immigrant Asian Baptist Church." This project mainly focuses on the twelve selected leaders of the immigrant Asian Baptist Church to train and equip them to increase their knowledge about divine healing from a biblical basis. Time and again people are born and die or fall sick and are healed or are healed and eventually die, but there is only one God who was never born and never died. He is almighty, everlasting, the prince of peace, and creator of all the universe; He alone makes decisions and has the authority of divine healing.
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LIST OF TABLES
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Variable Scores According to Educational Qualifications
Analysis of Participants Pretest and Posttest Results
AgeGroup Results of Survey Question 1
Results of Survey Question 9 Showing Increase
Results of Survey Question 13 Showing Decrease
Survey Questions Showing Increase on the Posttest
RESPONSES TO FINDINGS
Agnes Sanford Asian Baptist Church atonement average score believers of Jesus Benny Hinn Bible biblical knowledge changes chapter church members compassion correct answer demons disciples diseases divine healing ministry doctor of ministry God's Grand Rapids hands Haokip Harber heal the sick healer healing power Healing Revised healing seminar Hinduism Hinn Holy Spirit human immigrant Asian Baptist increase of knowledge increasing knowledge Isaiah Jesus Christ Jesus healed Kathryn Kuhlman Kingdom knowledge about divine knowledge of divine Kuki Kuki Baptist Convention leadership Lord Luke MacNutt Matt meaning of healing ministers ministry of healing ministry of Jesus miracles Myanmar name of Jesus Old Testament Oral Roberts University pastors Pentecostal person physical healing posttest questionnaire pray pretest and posttest pretest result Rapha researcher assumes salvation Sanford says scripture sins suffering Survey question teaching seminar teaching session theological threefold ministry touch Tulsa twelve leaders twelve participants whole word Yahweh