Equipping Leaders at Hope Fellowship Church in Frisco, Texas, to Assess and Facilitate Ongoing Spiritual Development
Joshua Seth Morgan D.Min.
God has commissioned and equipped all believers to assess and facilitate ongoing spiritual development of themselves and others. This project sought to equip leaders at Hope Fellowship Church in Frisco, Texas, in concepts of such relational discipleship. Chapter 1 includes the context, rationale, purpose, goals, research methodology, and definition and delimitations for the project. Chapter 2 covers the biblical and theological foundation for equipping church leaders to assess and facilitate the ongoing spiritual development of themselves and others. Chapter 3 looks at discipleship and how equipping disciple-makers requires cultivating Christ-like character, applying theological foundations, and implementing comprehensive biblical methodology, specifically through the lens of Scripture being authoritative. Chapter 4 details the implementation of the research project, including a week-by-week description of development. Chapter 5 is an overall evaluation of the project. The purpose, goals, process, and project strengths and weaknesses are evaluated. Student feedback, personal and theological reflections, and details of project modifications are included. The appendices include curriculum, evaluations, surveys, and an ongoing ministry plan proposal.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Christian Formation and Discipleship
Type of Work
Coleman Ford Ph.D.
Number of Pages
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