|dc.description.abstract||IMPLEMENTING A DISCIPLEMAKING MODEL AMONG
YOUNG ADULTS AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IN VIDALIA, LOUISIANA
Wesley Taylor Faulk, D.Min.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2019
Faculty Supervisor: Dr. William D. Henard III
This project was designed to equip Sunday School teachers to lead the young adults of First Baptist Church of Vidalia, Louisiana (FBCV), through the Sunday School model to accomplish the mission of the church. It was the goal of this project to help Millennial members of FBCV to understand the core doctrines of salvation, lead them to personal devotion, help them identify their spiritual gifts, and build confidence toward evangelism.
Chapter 1 introduces the ministry context of FBCV and includes the rationale, purpose, goals, research methodology, definitions, and delimitations of the project. Chapter 2 builds the biblical foundation for a curriculum, which aims to catalyze young adults into the service of the church. The curriculum was built from four passages, Romans 1:16-17, 5:8-9, 12:1-2, and 12:6-8. These passages together form a picture of what a healthy member at FBCV should look like. Chapter 3 builds a basic framework of the Millennial mindset and also discusses how Millennials can be reached through the established program of Sunday School. Chapter 4 encompasses the curriculum and training materials for this project. Chapter 5 synthesizes the project results and includes recommendations for further use of the materials||en_US