This studyseeks to understand how Korean church planters perceive the church planting education that they received. This study employs the qualitative approach, which uses words and open-ended questions to explore and understand the meaning that individuals or groups ascribe to a social or human problem. To collect data, I interviewed nine church planters. I analyzed, interpreted, and wrote data as soon as possible. In addition, I collected other data. I also compared different data with each other to generate categories, and it was done consistently. The followings are the findings. While their passion for church planting was great and their assumptions and lack of infrastructure inhibited their preparation for church planting, they learned through their various experiences and social networks.
Kim, H. (2009). Korean Church Planters’ Perception on Church Planting Education. Great Commission Research Journal, 1(1), 74-87. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol1/iss1/8