Leading The Families of New Work Fellowship, Hopkinsville, Kentucky to a Biblical Understanding and Practice of Sabbath Rest

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Leading The Families of New Work Fellowship, Hopkinsville, Kentucky to a Biblical Understanding and Practice of Sabbath Rest

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Title: Leading The Families of New Work Fellowship, Hopkinsville, Kentucky to a Biblical Understanding and Practice of Sabbath Rest
Author: Pitts, Charles Cory
Advisor: Wilder, Michael S.
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to lead the families of New Work Fellowship, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, to develop a rhythm of work and rest in their lives as a result of a biblical understanding and practice of Sabbath rest.

Chapter 1 defines the goals of the project, ministry context, rationale, definitions, limitations, delimitations, and research methodology.

Chapter 2 defines the biblical model of Sabbath rest by exploring Genesis 1:1-2:3, Exodus 16, Acts 15, Hebrews 4.

Chapter 3 explores the cultural need for Sabbath rest and the results of a life lived with the absence Sabbath rest.

Chapter 4 describes the process by which the project was implemented.

Chapter 5 records the results of the project that consisted of a four-week sermon series and an eight-week small group study on Sabbath rest.

URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5203
Date: 2016-10-27

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