Each student will develop a project centered on the vision and challenge that God is doing in your life in the area of evangelism. Based upon the books read in the course, and in light of class discussions and presentations, how do you see yourself utilizing all that you have learned in the future?
As for the project, you will want to consider the following:
a. What have you learned this semester about evangelism as it relates to your
Christian walk that has changed your perception and challenged your
b. As we know from scripture, where “there is not vision, the people will
perish.” With this in mind, what is your personal vision as it relates to
integrating evangelism into every part of your life in the days to come? What
are some specific changes you will need to make in order to fulfill your
vision? How might this eventually affect your family in the future? How will
you relate in your community; that is, where you live, work, and play? How
will adopting the role of servant impact your future ministry in evangelism?
How will you ”Minister to Others”?
3. Finally, how do you envision your future ministry and calling as it relates to
evangelism and multiplication? Involvement in church planting as a pastor or
support role? Developing true disciples who passionately desire to multiply
their witness? In other words, where does true biblical evangelism fit into
your future ministry as a pastor, youth minister, church planter, counselor,
chaplain, church member, etc.? How does this fit into your overall theology?
The point of the assignment is for the student to take a serious self-evaluation as to who he/she is now and will be in the future. If it is true that God is always at work around us, how will we join Him in that work? Please be honest and transparent. Do not merely copy a report used in another class (e.g. Discipleship), as I will double check with the other professors; if confirmed will result in a “0” for the project. The report should be 10- 12pages (typed, 12 point font, Times New Roman, double-spaced).