Date of Award
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Barnett College of Ministry & Theology
Department of Christian Ministries and Religion
Dr. Daniel McNaughton
Dr. John Davidson
Dr. Jim P. Vigil
Population is exploding, and yet the church, in some areas, is declining. High-capacity leaders, who can lead large groups of people toward gospel advancement, are needed now more than ever. The research question that this project seeks to answer is: what are the factors that produce high-capacity leaders within the church? The topic of leadership boasts a wealth of research; however, there is a gap in the research regarding what it takes to develop a highcapacity leader, as defined in this project. The research questions are answered through a qualitative phenomenological study that involve interviewing eight pastors who are leading large churches. The factors discovered from those interviews are compared against the factors that Jesus used to develop the twelve disciples he chose. The goal is to develop a clearly articulated framework through which a high-capacity leader can be developed.
Floyd, Daniel O., "FACTORS THAT PRODUCE HIGH-CAPACITY LEADERS WITHIN THE CHURCH" (2020). Doctor of Ministry (DMin). 13.