Teaching Multi-Generational Unity at Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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SubjectHaitian Americans--Religious life
Intergenerational relations--Religious aspects--Christianity
This project taught multi-generational unity among the members at Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church. Chapter 1 introduces the project and Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church. This chapter discusses church history, demographic studies, and reasons for disunity in the church. Chapter 2 addresses the biblical and theological issues concerning God's plan to unite all people in his kingdom. This chapter surveys various biblical texts which illustrate that God unites everyone to his kingdom regardless of culture or language. Chapter 3 examines the generational difference in society and how it impacts the local church. Methods to bridge different generations are also discussed. Chapter 4 recounts the process of the project in detail. It also outlines the methodology used in gathering research and describes the results of the research. Chapter 5 focuses on analysis and evaluation. This chapter evaluates the purpose, goals, and methodology of the project, as well as its strengths and weaknesses.