Developing a Theological Framework for Pastoral Succession at Pyeongtaek Daekwang Church in Pyeongtaek Korea
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SubjectPyeongtaek Daekwang Church (Pyeongtaek, Korea)
Clergy--Appointment, call, and election
This project sought to examine selected leadership succession models to discover best practices and warnings for Pyeongtaek DaeKwang Church (PDC) and other churches to employ as deemed helpful. Chapter 1 introduces the context of PDC and provides an overview of the project’s rationale and purpose, followed by specific directions for achieving its goals. Chapter 2 provides a biblical framework from Scriptural examples such as Adam, David, and Jesus, who were entrusted as stewards. This chapter establishes the biblical framework of leadership succession. Chapter 3 establishes a basic overview of best practices for leadership succession from profit and non-profit organizations to serve as a guide for employing at PDC and others seeking to intentionally prepare and steward the leadership entrusted from Jesus Christ who is the head of the church. Chapter 4 specifies the implementation of the project as directed by each instrumentation. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project based on the completion of the specified goals with reflection on its implementation and considerations for future implementation. Ultimately, the project seeks to exhibit the glory of God through thoughtful preparation for leadership transitions.