Making Disciples Through Evangelism: A Plan For The Evangelist Who Only Has One Chance At A New Convert
Rawlings School of Divinity
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Primary Subject Area
Religion, General; Religion, Clergy; Religion, Philosophy of
Convert, Evangelism, New
Christianity | Comparative Methodologies and Theories | Practical Theology | Religion
Hertless, Richard, "Making Disciples Through Evangelism: A Plan For The Evangelist Who Only Has One Chance At A New Convert" (2012). Doctoral Dissertations and Projects. 629.
Making disciples is an integral part of being a Christian. God has called some to be Evangelists (Ephesians 4:11). The rationale of the project is the need to fulfill the Great Commission's command of "making disciples." The value of this project is the plan that is developed to ensure that new converts will be placed with a disciple to confirm his or her Christian growth. This project will take the reader through a step-by-step plan to prepare, conduct and follow-up on an evangelism event to ensure that the Great Commission is fulfilled for the new convert to successfully walk in his or her new faith in Jesus Christ. This project, through (1) Interviewing pastors, new converts and evangelists (2) Surveying local Directors of Mission and SBC and (3) Experience in the field, will give the reader a workable plan for discipleship through evangelism.
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