DEVELOPING A DISCIPLE MAKING PROGRAM AT
WHITE HOUSE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IN WHITE HOUSE, TENNESSEE
William Edward Ashpern Mofield, D.Min.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2018
Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Joseph C. Harrod
The purpose of this project was to develop a disciple-making program among the members of White House First Baptist Church.
Chapter 1 explores the context of ministry at White House First Baptist Church while determining the need for the stated project, as well as the goals and methodology to achieve success.
Chapter 2 provides biblical and theological foundations of disciple-making as exegesis of Matthew 28:19-20, 2 Timothy 2:1-2, and Ephesians 4:11-12 are applied to the thesis.
Chapter 3 examines theoretical and practical issues within disciple-making as modeled throughout the history of the church, as well as current models prescribed by church leaders, discipleship experts, and pastors.
Chapter 4 describes the implementation of the ministry project and includes statistical results as well as interpretation of various results within the project.
Chapter 5 presents an assessment of the project purpose, goals, strengths, and weaknesses of the project, and concludes with theological and personal reflections.||en_US