Increasing Evangelism and Mission Mobilization at New Birth Cathedral of Praise in Sherman, Texas
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This project was to develop a plan for increasing evangelism and mission mobilization at New Birth Cathedral of Praise (NBCP) in Sherman, Texas. The process involved assessing the congregation’s knowledge of evangelism and missions in order to develop a curriculum for evangelism and missions. That process then led to the establishment of a mobilization plan to reach Sherman, Texas, and beyond. Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of NBCP, along with the rationale, purpose, goals, research methodologies, definitions, and delimitations of the project. Chapter 2 provides the biblical and theological basis for evangelism and mission mobilization. The gospel of Matthew provides three different models for advancing the gospel. Matthew 9:36-38 provides a model for gospel motivation; Matthew 10:1-23 provides a model for laborers in evangelism and Matthew 28:19-20 provides a model for laborers to be mobilized. These passages serve as the basis for increasing evangelism and mission mobilization. Chapter 3 addresses the practical issues related to how the church must be equipped to communicate the gospel within the anti-Christian culture. Chapter 4 details the curriculum and lesson plans. Chapter 5 concludes with an overall evaluation of the project, and suggestions for improvement and further development.