DISCIPLING MILITARY MALES

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DISCIPLING MILITARY MALES

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Title: DISCIPLING MILITARY MALES
Author: Shepherd, Reed Winters
Advisor: Henard, William
Abstract: This project seeks to develop a discipleship strategy for military male members of First Baptist Church Oak Grove, Oak Grove, Kentucky.

Chapter 1 describes a proposal for disciplining military males, including goals, church and community context, and the rationale for the project.

Chapter 2 examines the biblical and theological principles of discipleship. Discipleship is established as a priority of the church and Old and New Testament models are given.

Chapter 3 explores the contemporary and non-contemporary models of discipleship and their effectiveness. The importance of discipleship is examined, along with discovering how para-church organization disciple military men.

Chapter 4 unfolds the details of the actual implementation of the discipleship project. Research instruments were utilized and barriers were defined to develop a process for discipleship.

Chapter 5 reviews the effectiveness of the project. The data is analyzed and the goals and process is evaluated for strengths and weaknesses.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/3984
Date: 2012-05-23

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