|dc.description.abstract||The purpose of this project was to develop quiet time training material by applying the inductive method to Bible study, which helped church members' spiritual growth
Chapter 1 provides the goals, context, rationale, and definitions for this ministry project. It also describes the research methodology and discusses some limitations of the study.
Chapter 2 discussed meditation described in the Bible. It has biblical and theological support for significance of a quiet time, which basically means spending time with the Lord.
Chapter 3 looks at historical evidences of meditation practiced among the Jewish, Christian, and Puritan. Comparing historical and today's biblical meditation helped determine an appropriate meaning and method for inductive quiet time.
Chapter 4 describes the process of implementation of the ministry research project.
Chapter 5 evaluates the project and offers implications for future study. would assess this project's purpose, goals, strengths, and weaknesses, differently. It would also include Theological, personal reflections of the participants.||en_US