Equipping Families at Grace Crossing Church, Louisville, Kentucky, to Practice Daily Family Worship

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Title: Equipping Families at Grace Crossing Church, Louisville, Kentucky, to Practice Daily Family Worship
Author: Lewis, Kyle Jonathan
Advisor: Whitney, Donald S. Harrod, Joseph C.
Abstract: EQUIPPING FAMILIES AT GRACE CROSSING CHURCH, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, TO PRACTICE DAILY FAMILY WORSHIP

Kyle Jonathan Lewis, D.Min.

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2015 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Donald S. Whitney

This project sought to develop the spiritual discipline of family worship at Grace Crossing Church, Louisville, Kentucky. Chapter 1 introduces Grace Crossing Church, Louisville, Kentucky, and gives a broad overview of the project. There were three goals for this project: help the families grow in their understanding of family worship, motivate families to practice family worship on a daily basis, with a minimum of at least five times per week, and encourage families to read Scripture, pray, sing, and have a time of biblical education. Chapter 2 gives biblical and theological support for family worship. Chapter 3 evaluates the historical and practical issues related to family worship. Chapter 4 gives a detailed description of how the project was carried out. Finally, Chapter 5 evaluates both the project and the results of the project.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/4968
Date: 2015-06-18

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