Content validation refers to observing all the specific items on the questionnaire to determine whether the questionnaire addresses the topic overall.
Researchers tend to use concurrent validation for a questionnaire when there are other questionnaires or similar measures that investigate the same aspect of interest as the questionnaire in development.
Both pastors arrived at church planting from very different angles, yet both were responsible for inspiring their churches to make significant sacrifices to plant at least one successful church.
The literature review necessary for an informed approach to this project included examining sources in the area of vision and vision communication, transformational leadership, missiology, and best practices concerning resources given to church plants in the United States." "The Christian church has historically valued mentoring relationships and the part they play in developing the faith of the next generation.
Christian women in particular have understood mentoring functions to be inherent in the mandate of Titus 2:3-5.
As a result, formal mentoring programs have been organized to teach and train young women.