Congregational Mentorship and Vocational Discernment: A Case Study of 18 – 35 year old Anglicans in the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

Title

Congregational Mentorship and Vocational Discernment: A Case Study of 18 – 35 year old Anglicans in the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands

Description

By Jervis, Georgia C., 2019 -- A Case Study, carried out with a sample group of 18-35 year olds in the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, examining the role of Congregational Mentorship as a way of fostering faith development and vocational discernment among persons of similar age categories. The study is engaged from the perspective of the Diocesan Re-Visioning Process (2014-2019) with its objective of fostering joyful and energetic discipleship among its members and the wider society.

Creator

Jervis, Georgia C.

Source

See Library Catalog for print version details.

Publisher

Virginia Theological Seminary

Date

2019

Rights

CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, ©all other rights reserved, Georgia C. Jervis, 2019.

Format

PDF

Files

Jervis_Full.pdf
Date Added
June 25, 2019
Collection
VTS Theses - D. Min.
Item Type
Text
Citation
Jervis, Georgia C., “Congregational Mentorship and Vocational Discernment: A Case Study of 18 – 35 year old Anglicans in the Diocese of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands,” Theses from Virginia Theological Seminary, accessed June 2, 2020, https://vtsbpl.omeka.net/items/show/34.