Equipping a selected group of students at Airline Baptist Church, Bossier City, Louisiana in peer discipleship skills
Thomas L Myers
The purpose of this project was to equip a select group of students at Airline Baptist Church, Bossier City, Louisiana, in peer discipleship skills. The project director identified and enlisted students, ages thirteen to eighteen, who desired to enhance their understanding of discipleship skills and were active members of Airline Baptist Church. Using an equipping model, students were trained in basic discipleship skills and were then taught how to train other students. Students were trained in understanding their salvation and sharing their testimonies, reading Scripture within its context, studying the elements of prayer, serving in the local church, and equipping other students to do the same. The program director used research to develop teaching plans that were used in training the students. Evaluation of the project director's knowledge and effectiveness of the training occurred at the end of the training sessions. The project was assessed by comparing a pre-test with a post-test, course evaluation, role-play situations, and signing a commitment form.
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