J Dickson Onen Obwoya
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|Transforming Acholi Culture: The Power of Relational Influence and Work Ethics||
The project sought to deal with the prevailing negative attitude towards works in light of the collapse of Acholi traditional cultural values, way of life, beliefs, and idiosyncrasies; scarcity of effective transformational leadership and the influence of the church on Acholi leadership worldview and practice; the importance of incarnational leadership and its impact on transformational change in transforming prevailing Acholi cultural values, beliefs, and attitude.
The result of the project is a professional pragmatic biblically based, contextually and culturally relevant curriculum on work ethic that can be easily taught to others within the context of local community setting; and a ministry to raise and equip Emerging Leaders in Acholi community to become societal transformers. It is also designed to help equip leaders to know how to exegete their communities as a process of transformation.
Bakke Graduate University, 2014
|English||Theology of Work - Ethics|