Equipping selected adults of Fellowship Baptist Church, Meridian, Mississippi, in the best practices for small-group multiplication
Corey Fontan D.Min.
The purpose of this project was to equip selected adults of Fellowship Baptist Church, Meridian, Mississippi, in the best practices for small-group multiplication. In order to gain a better understanding of small-group ministry as a whole, the project director researched in the field of small-group ministry. The project director conducted interviews, along with extensive reading in the field, in order to develop a list of the best practices for small group multiplication. The project director also researched curriculum writing and worked with an expert in curriculum development for the purpose of developing a curriculum for use in training the best practices. He taught a selected group using the domains of learning: cognitive, psychomotor, and affective. The project enabled the selected group of adults to use effective the best practices in order to multiply small groups for ministry.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
Ken Taylor Ph.D.
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