Improving the Small Group Ministry of Beulah Baptist Church, Douglasville, Georgia

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Improving the Small Group Ministry of Beulah Baptist Church, Douglasville, Georgia

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Title: Improving the Small Group Ministry of Beulah Baptist Church, Douglasville, Georgia
Author: Bray, Phillip Wayne
Advisor: Wilder, Michael Temple, Troy
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to strengthen the Small Group ministry of the Beulah Baptist Church in Douglasville, Georgia. Chapter 1 defines the ministry context of Beulah Baptist Church, while communicating specific characteristics of the project.

Chapter 2 identifies two biblical and theological foundations for small group ministry as community and discipleship. Special attention is given to the unfolding purpose of God throughout the Scriptures.

Chapter 3 explores the application of the biblical concepts of community and discipleship on the modern context of small group ministry. Four specific outcomes are identified as results of community and discipleship.

Chapter 4 explains the specific steps taken during the process of the project, including planning, implementation and gathering of results. A detailed report of improvements is given.

Chapter 5 provides a clear picture of the results of the project. Initial goals are compared with post-project results, and outcomes are given much consideration.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/3795
Date: 2012-02-03

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