Spiritual Transformation: Community Outreach and the Harvest House of Hope, in San Bernardino, CA
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Outreach, Community, Love, God’s Mission Plan, Compassion, Commitment
Christianity | Religion | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion
Strickland, Kevin Duane, "Spiritual Transformation: Community Outreach and the Harvest House of Hope, in San Bernardino, CA" (2020). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 2333.
The Harvest House of Hope (HHH) located in the inner-city of San Bernardino, Ca offers a mission services ministry to their community, they had become inactive in their community outreach missions. The ministry concerns of HHH surround the subject of spiritual transformation and the role of the church in community outreach. The purpose of this project is to educate the men, women, and children of Harvest House of Hope on the value of mission services, in hopes to drive them towards the spirit of community outreach. The proposed educational component included a theological structure built upon the Holy Scripture, as it pertained to caring for the homeless, underprivileged, and poverty-ridden community, built on the foundation of love, compassion and commitment. This project will investigate the effectiveness of the preaching, teaching, training and implementation of the intervention design. The results of this project gained through research of books, journals, Scripture, and data from focus groups, interviews and questionnaires will enable HHH to redefine the specific causes of inactivity as it pertains to community outreach and project the need for further study.