CULTIVATING A CULTURE OF ORPHAN CARE AT LONGVIEW POINT BAPTIST CHURCH IN HERNANDO, MISSISSIPPI
Jon Derek Fortenberry D.Min.
This project aims to equip Longview Point Baptist Church members to be involved in orphan care. The project coordinator argues that as the congregation has a greater understanding of the theology of adoption, the love of Christ for the fatherless, his commands for his people to care for the fatherless, and the great need for orphan care, that more people will be involved in orphan care at all levels of engagement. Chapter 1 lays the theological foundation for the project, an overview of the project, and its goals. Chapter 2 delves into the project’s specifics at Longview Point Baptist Church in Hernando, Mississippi. Chapter 3 details the rest of the sessions and how the project coordinator challenged the participants to further action. Chapter 4 evaluates the effectiveness of the project and how the church will continue to encourage and equip members to be involved in orphan care. It also examines ways to improve the project if duplicated in another context.
Degree Granting Institution
Doctor of Ministry
Type of Work
Deron J Biles Ph.D.
Number of Pages
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