Equipping Members of Lakewood Baptist Church in Gainesville, Georgia, to Reach Unreached People Groups
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The purpose of this project was to equip members of Lakewood Baptist Church to obediently participate in God’s mission of reconciling the unreached to himself through the gospel.Chapter 1 explores the context of ministry at Lakewood Baptist Church and evaluates the need for the ministry project. This chapter also determines the goals and methodology required to achieve this project’s success. Chapter 2 provides biblical and theological foundations for reaching unreached people groups. This is accomplished through an exploration of Revelation 5:9-10, Romans 10:14-17, and Matthew 28:19-20. Chapter 3 examines theoretical, practical, and historical issues related to reaching unreached people groups. Specifically, this chapter explores the history of the church’s involvement in reaching the unreached, as well as contemporary missiological concepts, terms, and definitions pertaining to unreached people groups. Chapter 4 describes how the ministry project was implemented and the statistical data resulting from the project’s implementation. This chapter also includes an interpretation of the statistical results of the project. Chapter 5 provides an assessment of the entire project including its purpose, goals, strengths, and weaknesses. This chapter also provides both theological and personal reflections reached upon the conclusion of this project.