IMPLEMENTING A STRATEGY AT CROSSWAY CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP, PELHAM, ALABAMA, TO DEVELOP
MEMBERS WHO PRACTICE
Frederick Clay Muse, D.Min.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2014
Faculty Supervisor: Dr. T. Vaughn Walker
The purpose of this project was to meet the most prevalent need for the future survival of CrossWay Christian Fellowship. The project's purpose was to create a system to train future believers in how to practice lifestyle evangelism.
The Scriptures are clear that being God's witnesses have a prominent place in the lives of believers. Chapter 2 describes people both in the Old and New Testament that become witnesses as a result of experiencing God's salvation.
Chapter 3 explains the practical aspects of how believers impart the gospel through different approaches to witnessing. The goal of each of these approaches is to assist believers to embody lifestyle evangelism.
Chapter 4 gives the details of the project implementation. This project utilized different tools to develop members to practice lifestyle evangelism. The different tools equipped and empowered CrossWay believers to practice intentional, relational, and servanthood evangelism techniques.
The evaluation of this project is displayed in chapter 5, which involved analyzing the data obtained from CrossWay's participants who participated in the various surveys that were conducted during the fifteen week implementation phase. The research revealed strengths and weaknesses of the project.