EQUIPPING MARRIED COUPLES TO MENTOR OTHER MARRIED COUPLES AT OAKLAND BAPTIST CHURCH IN CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI

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EQUIPPING MARRIED COUPLES TO MENTOR OTHER MARRIED COUPLES AT OAKLAND BAPTIST CHURCH IN CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI

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Title: EQUIPPING MARRIED COUPLES TO MENTOR OTHER MARRIED COUPLES AT OAKLAND BAPTIST CHURCH IN CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI
Author: Aaday, Christopher D.
Advisor: Burrelli, Robert Scott, Stuart J.
Abstract: This project sought to equip mentor couples at Oakland Baptist Church in Corinth, Mississippi.

Chapter 1 details the need for the project. The context and details of the project are also included.

Chapter 2 establishes a biblical basis for the project. The theological and biblical foundation for marriages and mentoring are examined in five passages of Scripture.

Chapter 3 examines the need for mentors and mentoring from a biblical perspective, a Christian perspective, and a secular perspective. Also, additional considerations of which mentors need to be aware or which they may need to address when mentoring.

Chapter 4 describes the methodology used in the implementation of this project. It also states the schedule, agenda, content, and assignments for the mentor training.

Chapter 5 is an evaluation of the project, including examining the purpose, the five goals, and the research methodology. The strengths and weaknesses are discussed. My own personal thoughts and reflections are given in this chapter as well.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/4476
Date: 2013-12-30

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