|dc.description.abstract||DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP SYNERGY FOR YOUTH SANCTIFICATION AT NEW HOPE MISSIONARY
BAPTIST CHURCH, RADCLIFF, KENTUCKY
Silas Jermaine Session Sr., D.Ed.Min.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2019
Faculty Supervisor: Dr. William D. Henard
This project was designed to increase the knowledge of a need for synergy among parents, youth leaders, and church leaders for youth sanctification at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, Radcliff, Kentucky. A teaching series was designed and administered to increase the knowledge of the need of synergy.
Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of New Hope MBC, along with rationale, purpose, goals, research methodologies, definitions, limitations, and delimitations for this project. Chapter 2 provides the biblical and theological basis for synergy between parents, youth, leaders and church leaders using Acts 2:46–47, Deuteronomy 6:6–9, 1 Corinthians 11:1, Matthew 19:13–15. These passages logically propose a model for synergy in youth ministry. Chapter 3 portrays historical trends in youth sanctification, active converted young adults as a benchmark for awareness of the need of synergy, and that youth ministry models are only effective if they follow the Spirit by the Word. Chapter 4 describes the testing and teaching to increase knowledge on the need for synergy. Chapter 5 ends with an overall evaluation of the project and suggestions for further development.||en_US