Educating the Counselors of the Randolph Area Biblical Counseling Center, Randolph, New York, To Be More Effective Counselors to Those With Reading Issues
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Kenneth John Schultz, D.Min. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2016 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Stuart W. Scott This project educates biblical counselors to be more effective counselors by overcoming difficulties in counseling those who have various reading issues. Chapter 1 introduces the project by describing the purpose, goals, rationale, definitions, limitations, delimitations, and research methodology for the project. This chapter examines the ministry context, history, and community demographic for the Randolph Area Biblical Counseling Center. Chapter 2 provides the biblical and theological rationale for counseling those whose reading problems hinder the process. Chapter 3 presents the theoretical and practical issues related to counseling those whose reading problems hinder the process. Chapter 4 explains how the project was implemented, including training provided to leaders, research instruments for measuring success, and a description of the activities undertaken during the fifteen-week project period. Chapter 5 contains an overall evaluation and analysis of the project along with theological and personal reflections.