EQUIPPING PARENTS AT CROSSROADS COMMUNITY CHAPEL IN WINFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA, TO TEACH GOD’S REDEMPTIVE STORY THROUGH FAMILY DEVOTIONS

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EQUIPPING PARENTS AT CROSSROADS COMMUNITY CHAPEL IN WINFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA, TO TEACH GOD’S REDEMPTIVE STORY THROUGH FAMILY DEVOTIONS

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Title: EQUIPPING PARENTS AT CROSSROADS COMMUNITY CHAPEL IN WINFIELD, WEST VIRGINIA, TO TEACH GOD’S REDEMPTIVE STORY THROUGH FAMILY DEVOTIONS
Author: Cantrell, Bryan
Advisor: Parker, Shane W.
Abstract: The purpose of this project was to equip the parents at Crossroads Community Chapel in Winfield, West Virginia to teach God’s redemptive story through family devotions using the Minor Prophets. Chapter 1 defines the ministry context of Crossroads Community Chapel and details specific characteristics of the project. Chapter 2 identifies the biblical and theological foundations for family discipleship. An emphasis is given to the theme of God’s redemptive story through Scripture. Chapter 3 explores the historical and sociological foundations surrounding family discipleship and the role of parents. Chapter 4 details the development of the devotional series and the specific steps taken during the process of the project, including planning, implementation and gathering of results. Chapter 5 provides an evaluation of the results of the project and personal reflection.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10392/5508
Date: 2018-01-03

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