A web-based system for bible study groups administration : a case study of focus Kenya
Mudenyo, Philip Marcel
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Churches and Christian Unions (CUs) organize their members in small groups for effectiveness in bible study and participation in the organizations activities. The number of small groups increases as the organization has more and more members. The larger the number of groups the more it becomes complex to organize and track the performance of these groups. The primary objective of this research was to come up with a mobile and web-based system that improves bible study administration process in CUs. This research examines the bible study administration process in CUs operating under Fellowship of Christian Unions (FOCUS). It analyses the current systems used for bible study group administration and their limitations. This research proposed a USSD based interface for members’ registration and members’ check-in after every group meeting, a web-based system for automatic grouping of students into various groups and a report generation system. This researched used Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) to implement the proposed solution.