Training Members at Erindale Bible Chapel in Mississauga, Ontario, for Ministry Leadership
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Chapter 1 describes the purpose of this project, namely, to train members of Erindale Bible Chapel in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, for ministry leadership. Ministry leaders are crucial for the mission of the church, but only when they are adequately equipped will they flourish in their roles. Thus, this project intended meet this need. The context in which the project was conducted is described, along with the rationale and specific goals. Additionally, the research methodology is outlined, and definitions, limitations and delimitations are stated. Chapter 2 consists of the biblical basis for this project: God has been pleased throughout redemptive history to accomplish His will through His people under godly leaders. In chapter 3 it is argued that since the work of the ministry is carried out by God’s people under godly leadership, it is then vital to train ministry leaders in godliness and skill so that members can lead and serve with excellence. Chapter 4 is a detailed description of the project, both its design and implementation. The fifth and final chapter provides an evaluation of the project, including an evaluation of its purpose, goals, strengths, weaknesses, as well as theological and personal reflections.