Integrating Biblical Counseling Principles into the Small Group Discipleship Model at Foothills Church of Stayton, Oregon
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INTEGRATING BIBLICAL COUNSELING PRINCIPLES INTOTHE SMALL GROUP DISCIPLESHIP MODEL AT FOOTHILLS CHURCH OF STAYTON, OREGON Robert Raymond Baddeley, DEdMinThe Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2020 Faculty Supervisor: Dr. Matthew D. Haste This project seeks to integrate biblical counseling practice and principles into the small group discipleship model of ministry at Foothills Church in Stayton, Oregon. Chapter 1 discussed the context, leadership structures, and discipleship at Foothills and the rationale and goals for integrating biblical counseling into the small groups format. Chapter 2 provides the biblical basis and theological support for the integration of biblical counseling principles into discipling within the small group format. Chapter 3 is a review of the biblical and theological basis for the integration of biblical counseling principles and disciple-making. Chapter 4 explains the implementation of the project. Included is the summary of each session, key texts used for instruction, and discipleship and counseling connections for each topic. Chapter 5 evaluates the goals, objectives, and implementation of the project. It also includes reflections and lessons learned along with critique for improvements in the course.