LAUNCHING A STRATEGIC MISSIONAL PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PARK PLACE BAPTIST CHURCH, PEARL, MISSISSIPPI, AND NUEVO PACTO BAPTIST CHURCH, TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS

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LAUNCHING A STRATEGIC MISSIONAL PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PARK PLACE BAPTIST CHURCH, PEARL, MISSISSIPPI, AND NUEVO PACTO BAPTIST CHURCH, TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS

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Title: LAUNCHING A STRATEGIC MISSIONAL PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN PARK PLACE BAPTIST CHURCH, PEARL, MISSISSIPPI, AND NUEVO PACTO BAPTIST CHURCH, TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS
Author: Hunsberger, Chad
Advisor: Walters, Jeffery
Abstract: LAUNCHING A STRATEGIC MISSIONAL PARTNERSHIP

BETWEEN PARK PLACE BAPTIST CHURCH, PEARL,

MISSISSIPPI, AND NUEVO PACTO BAPTIST

CHURCH, TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS

Chad Timothy Hunsberger, D.Min.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2013

Dr. Jeffrey Walters

Chapter 1 is an introduction to the project. It contains general information about Park Place Baptist Church and the rationale behind the creation of the project itself. It also includes the ministry context and demographic information for Rankin County as well as the goals of the project.

Chapter 2 gives a biblical basis for the project. There are four choice passages found within this chapter including, Matthew 28:19-20, Luke 5:1-11, 2 Timothy 2:2, and Philippians 4:14-20.

Chapter 3 provides a thorough explanation of the concept of short-term mission trips. The intent is to provide evidence as to whether or not short-term mission trips are beneficial to those hosting teams.

Chapter 4 contains the details of the project and the meetings, travel, and training therein. The launching of this partnership included several training meetings in Mississippi as well as in Honduras. These training meetings provided opportunities for the missions team and the leadership of Nuevo Pacto to study the significance, biblical importance, and practical application of such a partnership.

Chapter 5 evaluates the effects of the project and its outcomes. It gives explanation toward the responses of both congregations as well as the leadership teams from each.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/4631
Date: 2014-05-16

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