Factors Motivating Participation in Adult Christian Education Opportunities in Christian and Missionary Alliance Churches of the South Pacific District

From: Volume XIV, Issue 2: Winter 1994 Pages 19-35

Abstract

The research studies the factors motivating adults to participate in church-based education opportunities of Christian and Missionary Alliance churches in the South Pacific District of United States. Reasons related to Personal Spiritual Growth were clearly the most influential in motivating participation. Obedience to God, Ministry Preparation, and Cognitive Interest provided moderate influence, while reasons related to Community Service and Social Contact were minimal in influencing participation.

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