Enhancing Exegetical Preaching Skills of Old Testament Narratives that Increase Congregational Awareness of Spiritual Empowerment at Central Baptist Church, White Hall Arkansas

Full Title
Enhancing Exegetical Preaching Skills of Old Testament Narratives that Increase Congregational Awareness of Spiritual Empowerment at Central Baptist Church, White Hall Arkansas
Author
Jordan Stephen Ferris
Abstract
The purpose of this project is to enhance exegetical preaching skills of Old Testament narratives that increase congregational awareness of spiritual empowerment at Central Baptist Church, White Hall, Arkansas. The congregation will start to develop a deeper sense of biblical theology and spiritual empowerment by understanding the context and application of Old Testament narrative, and thus helping the congregation potentially see spiritual empowerment from other biblical narrative texts within the canon of Scripture.

The project director will be using the Preaching Skills Enhancement model with three phases to accomplish this mode. Phase one will consist of researching expository preaching and proper exegesis of Old Testament narratives. Phase two will be the formulation, writing, and preaching of a sermon series from Old Testament narrative. Phase three will be the assessment of data and impact on the congregation as well as the project director.
Degree Granting Institution
Country
United States
Degree Granted
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
D.Min. Project
Advisor
Mark Tolbert Ph.D.
Language
English
Date
2020
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