Equipping Members of Hebron Baptist Church, Hebron, Kentucky, for Evangelism Through Outreach Events
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SubjectWitness bearing (Christianity)
This project was designed to train members of Hebron Baptist Church, Hebron, Kentucky (HBC), to have gospel conversations at outreach events. The training process involved assessing and increasing the ability of volunteers to transition conversations with guests to salvation in Christ alone. This included comparing the amount of gospel conversations before and after the training to assess the training, which could be used in other ministries in the church. Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of HBC, along with the rationale, purpose, goals, research methodologies, definitions, and delimitations of the project. Chapter 2 provides the biblical and theological basis for evangelism. Foundational to the design of the training curriculum are four biblical passages: Luke 9:2-10, Matthew 28:16-20, Romans 10:1-21, and 1 Peter 3:13-22. Together, these passages serve as the basis for obedience and urgency for evangelism. Chapter 3 addresses the views and practice of evangelism. This chapter concludes giving several options for transitioning conversations to the gospel. Chapter 4 details the curriculum and lesson plans. Chapter 5 gives an overall evaluation of the project and offers suggestions for improvement and further development.