USING THE SMALL GROUP MINISTRY TO HOLD CHRISTIANS ACCOUNTABLE TO A MISSIONAL LIFESTYLE AT THE ROCK CHURCH OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI

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USING THE SMALL GROUP MINISTRY TO HOLD CHRISTIANS ACCOUNTABLE TO A MISSIONAL LIFESTYLE AT THE ROCK CHURCH OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI

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Title: USING THE SMALL GROUP MINISTRY TO HOLD CHRISTIANS ACCOUNTABLE TO A MISSIONAL LIFESTYLE AT THE ROCK CHURCH OF SAINT LOUIS, MISSOURI
Author: Cowin, Timothy James
Advisor: Lawless, Charles E.
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to use the small group ministry of The Rock Church of Saint Louis to hold Christians accountable to living missionally in their world. Particular focus was paid to mobilizing members to be personally involved in evangelism and mission.

Chapter 1 explores the background of The Rock Church and current ministry challenges.

Chapter 2 examines biblical and theological insights for understanding the mission of God and the use of small groups.

Chapter 3 depicts the missional church and discusses its characteristics.

Chapter 4 describes the steps taken to use the small groups of The Rock Church to hold Christians accountable to missional lifestyles.

Chapter 5 is an analysis of data collected and a final evaluation of the purpose and goals of the project.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/3791
Date: 2012-02-03

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