Teaching Gospel-Oriented Ecclesiology to Members of Ichthus Mission Church in Rockville, Maryland
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This project sought to increase congregational unity among Korean-speaking and English-speaking members of Ichthus Mission Church in Rockville, Maryland through teaching gospel-oriented ecclesiology. Chapter 1 presents the history and ministry context of Ichthus Mission Church and the goals of this project. Chapter 2 provides exegesis of four passages of Scripture (Eph 2:16-18, 4:4-6; Acts 6:1-6; Rom 12:4-5) to show that congregational unity is a central hallmark of the New Testament vision for the church. Chapter 3 presents theological, practical, and historical issues related with the unique dynamics of ethnic churches. Chapter 4 describes the project itself, recounting the content and teaching methodology of the specific course curriculum. Chapter 5 evaluates the efficacy of the project based on completion of the specified goals.