Developing a Family-Equipping Ministry for Chapel Next at Fort Campbell, Kentucky
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SubjectChurch work with families
This project assesses the current ministry approach and equips the members of Chapel Next at Fort Campbell, Kentucky by establishing a family-equipping-ministry model. This project provides the theological, practical, and biblical foundations for the need of this ministry effort in Chapel Next. Chapter 1 provides the purpose, goals, context, rationale, limitations, and research methodology of the project. Chapter 2 provides a biblical and theological perspective on family-equipping ministry. This chapter delves into the biblical mandates for parents to lead in discipling their children from directives from the Old Testament and New Testament. Chapter 3 looks at the theoretical and practical perspectives of family- equipping ministry and discusses how the family-equipping model is best for Chapel Next. Chapter 4 provides an overview of the implementation phase of the project. This chapter shows the four phases of the project: development, recruiting, teaching, and post-evaluating. Chapter 5 delivers an evaluation of the projects goals, strengths, weaknesses, and changes to be made if conducted again. This chapter also provides both theological and personal perspectives of the project.