Building A Missiological Framework in the High School Seniors at First Baptist Clarksville, Tennessee
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ABSTRACT BUILDING A MISSIOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK IN THE LIVES OF THE HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AT FIRST BAPTIST CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE Charles David Scarbro, D.Ed.Min The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2017 Chair: Dr. Danny Bowen This project examines the necessity of building a missiological framework in the lives of High School Seniors before they enter college/ career. Chapter 1 explains the rationale behind the project while also identifying the need for this research. Chapter 2 expounds upon the biblical and theological support for a missiological framework for students. This chapter examines Old Testament and New Testament examples of mission. Chapter 3 provides a look into the theoretical and practical literature that pertains to the topic of missions for students and for the church. Three research areas are examined. They include current trends in student ministry, discipleship in student ministry, and the necessity of short and long-term mission efforts. Chapter 4 is the actual project. This chapter identifies the eight-week course that is to be taught to the students. Chapter 5 records the summary of the project along with identifying what actually transpired during the entirety of the process.