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DEDICATION

This long essay is dedicated to the Lord God Almighty even our Lord Jesus Christ for giving me the strength, wisdom, knowledge and the grace to pass through the school of Prophet successfully without any hitch.

Glory and honour be to His Holy name (Amen).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CERTIFICATION

This is to certify that this long essay was written by NAME of the SCHOOL OF PROPHET, Mountain Top Ministerial School Abeokuta Centre Asero Abeokuta, Ogun State.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I hereby sincerely wish to appreciate the Lord God Almighty and the father of our Lord Jesus Christ for His grace and mercy and abundant grace showered in me throughout the course.

I also appreciate and grateful to our father in the Lord Dr. D.K. Olukoya, the General Overseer of Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries Worldwide, for the grace I enjoy under the anointing of the Holy Spirit in his life.

I also sincerely tender my appreciation to PASTOR NGOZI JIDEONWU, KUNLE ADESANYA Rector also our centre co-ordinator PASTOR NWANYANWU O. J. for the inspiration and spiritual guidance we enjoy under their ministries.

I appreciate all our pastors and our amiable and kind hearted lecturers and facilitators in the school of prayer, for their support and wealth of knowledge that we tap from them towards the fulfilment of our ministries.

I finally appreciate my wife and children for their co-operation, understanding and support given to me.

I say big thank you all.

God bless you.

  

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page                                                                                                                 i

Dedication                                                                                                              ii

Certification                                                                                                           iii

Acknowledgement                                                                                              iv

Table of Contents                                                                                                 v-vi

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.1      INTRODUCTION                                                                                       1

1.2      Statement of the problem                                                                     1

1.3      Objectives of the long-essay                                                                 2

  • Research questions                                                                                 2
  • Significance of the study                                                                      2

1.6      Limitation of the study                                                                          3

1.7      Definition of terms                                                                                  3-4

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

2.1      The concept of practical approach                                                    5-10

CHAPTER THREE

FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

3.1      Biblical Principles to outreach urban prophetic                          11

3.2.     The Church Principles                                                                           11-15

3.3      The Evangelistic Principles                                                                  15-18

3.4      The Discipleship Principles                                                                 19-22

3.5      The Ministry to reach Prophetic Principles                                   22-24

3.6      The Great Commission                                                                          24

3.7      The Prophet’s Pursuit of the Presence of God Principles         24-26

3.8      Practical implications to reach evangelist                                       26-29

3.9      The Evangelistic Methods                                                                     29-30

3.10   The Discipleship Methods                                                                    30-31

CHAPTER FOUR

CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION

  • Conclusion 32-33

4.2      Recommendation                                                                                                33-34

Bibliography

CHAPTER ONE

1.1      INTRODUCTION

“The MISSION is still the same, proclaim and live the truth in Jesus” name… These words are some lyrics of the song “The Mission” by Christian singer Steve Green. The words state this project’s purpose: to create Bible-based methods, which can be used to reach the urban prophetic population group in Nigerian metropolises by those who are part of this group and are Christians. The methods are in accordance with the principles found in Matthew 28:18-20 in order to evangelize and disciple the peoples of the world by the apostles and believers throughout the church age. John Piper writes, “This passage is often called   the   ‘Great   C.

The first thing to make clear about it is still binding on a modern church. It was given not only to the apostles for their ministry but also the Church for its ministry as long as this age lasts.”

1.2      STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

The purpose of this study is to analyze the current evangelistic and discipleship methods and create new ones for reaching prophetic in Nigerian metropolises. During the research phase, which took place in the year 2012, it was found that there are no thesis, articles, journals, periodicals related specifically to this theses topic.

Furthermore, several key phrases, revival in such as metropolises, evangelizing for prophetic, ministries for evangelizing and in were others business used academic research engines with no success to find information. The data findings from the thesis surveys project’s also show the need for this work to take place at this time in Nigerian, where urban prophetic are not recognize as a specific population to be reached for Christ.

1.3      OBJECTIVES OF THE LONG-ESSAY

  1. The general objective of this research work is:
  2. To know how cooperative organization facilitates both the prophetic evangelism and church growth.
  3. The specific objectives include:
  4. To appreciate how prophetic evangelism and church growth.
  5. To show how prophetic evangelism and church growth rural areas.
  • To find out the problems confronting church growth.
  1. To facilitate the formation of evangelist by small scale growth and energize those already formed.
    • RESEARCH QUESTIONS
  2. How can prophetic evangelism facilitate the production of church growth?
  3. How did prophetic evangelism facilitate the production of church growth?
  • Has joining church growth in society, impacted on member’s-association?
  1. What are the problems faced by member of church in society?
  2. How can government intervene in order to solve the problems of prophetic and growth of church?
    • SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

This study helped to reflect on the effect of organization as essential tools which facilitated the prophetic of church output, and also to assist from, government and an organization as a means of eliminating the middle men growth as a flexible pass through organization.

 

1.6      LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

The thesis work is limited by its focus to reach prophetic in general for evangelism and discipleship in Nigerian metropolises. The analysis will not be a portrait of specific group of prophetic such as Medical Doctors, Dentists, Physical Therapists, Lawyers, Prophetic Engineers, and Educators, nor it will it analyze them by denominations, ethnicity, race, or nationality. This work is not an attempt to produce an exhaustive explanation of all possible methods for evangelism and discipleship to reach prophetic. It will focus only on a general current approach and new methods that can be applied in the society and cultural context of today in Nigerian metropolises.

1.7      THE DEFINITION OF TERMS

There are several key terms used throughout as defined in the Glossary section of this work such as metropolises, urban, prophetic, Great Commission, evangelism, discipleship, etc. The following is the definition of the term prophetic, along with the definition of some terms in the prophetic definition, which is fundamental for the understanding of this study’s group peoples.

Prophetic – “Person formally certified by a prophetic body of belonging to a specific profession by virtue of having completed a required course of studies and/or practice. And whose competence can usually be measured against an established set of standards.”

Person – “An  individual, agency, association, branch, corporation, estate, group,  partnership, or other entity or  organization having  legal rights and  responsibilities separate from those of other  entities and/or of its  owners or  members.”

Certified – Authoritatively or officially attested or confirmed as being genuine or true as represented, or as complying or  meeting specified  requirements or standards. It may or may not mean as being accompanied by a certificate.” Prophetic Body – Trade association of an organized profession (Accounting, law, engineering, medicine, etc.) that certifies successful completion of its  requirements, and thereupon awards a license and bestows a recognized appellation (chartered accountant, attorney at law, doctor of medicine, prophetic engineer, etc.). Prophetic bodies usually  prescribe a  discretionary or mandatory  code of conduct for their  members. These bodies  exercise political control over their  membership, and have  monopoly over the  profession’s formal education, certification, licensing, and symbols.

Profession –  “Occupation, practice, or  vocation requiring mastery of a  complex set of knowledge and skills through formal education and/or practical experience. Every  organized profession  (accounting, law, engineering, medicine, etc.) is governed by its respective  prophetic body.

Competence –  “A  cluster of  related abilities, commitments, knowledge, and  skills that enable a  person (or an  organization) to  act effectively in a  job or situation. Competence  indicates sufficiency of knowledge and skills that enable someone to act in a wide variety of situations. Because each  level of  responsibility has  its own requirements, competence can occur in any  period of a  person’s life or at any  stage of his or her  career.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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