Equipping Members of Fox Hill Road Baptist Church for Personal Bible Intake
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SubjectBible--Study and teaching
This project equipped members at Fox Hill Road Baptist Church (FHRBC) for personal Bible intake. The equipping process involved a sermon series on the doctrine of Scripture and a teaching series addressing specific issues related to personal Bible intake. At the end of the equipping process, an eight-week Bible study plan centered on Bible intake in order for project participants to put into practice what they learned, as well as to train others in personal Bible intake. Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of FHRBC, along with the rationale, purpose, goals, research methodologies, definitions, and delimitations of the project. Chapters 2 argues that a basic understanding of the doctrine of Scripture is a necessary foundation for personal Bible intake. The inspiration, authority, inerrancy, necessity, sufficiency, and clarity are all essential attributes of Scripture that set a necessary foundation for personal Bible intake. Chapter 3 argues that a basic understanding of how to study the Bible is a necessary foundation for personal Bible intake. Understanding the gospel as the entry point into the Bible, the Bible’s big picture, the process of interpretation, and the process of application are all practical issues related to personal Bible intake that set a second necessary foundation for personal Bible intake. Chapter 4 details the sermon series, teaching series, and Bible study plan. Chapter 5 concludes with an overall evaluation of the project and suggestions for improvement and further development.