Hindrances To Evangelism And Soul-winning: A Case Study

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The study examined hindrances to evangelism and soul-winning. The primary purpose of the study was to survey and evaluate the hindrances to evangelism and soul-winning, using Assemblies of God Nigeria, Ali-Udo District as a case study. Four research questions were addressed.  Data were collected from the library and selected participants in Assemblies of God Nigeria, Ali-Udo District, Abia State. Data were analyzed using simple percentages. It was found that evangelism and soul winning has a significant role in church growth. It was also found that lack of confidence, fear, self-righteousness, self-centeredness and lack of unity are hindrances to evangelism and soul-winning in Ali-Udo District. It is recommended that Christians of all ages should be educated and encouraged to partake at all times, in the course of evangelism and soul-winning activities. It was also recommended that believers should cast out fear, self-righteousness, and self-centeredness to ensure that they effectively carry out evangelism to unbelievers.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE   i

TABLE OF CONTENTS  ii

ABSTRACT   v

 

CHAPTER ONE   1

INTRODUCTION   1

1.1     Background of the Study  1

1.2     Statement of the Problem   2

1.3     Objectives of the Study  2

1.4     Research Questions  3

1.5     Significance of the Study  3

1.6     Limitations of the Study  3

1.7     Delimitation of the Study  4

1.8     Definition of Terms  4

ENDNOTES  5

 

CHAPTER TWO   6

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE   6

2.0     Introduction  6

2.1     The Concept of Evangelism   6

2.2     The Concept of Great Commission  7

2.3     The Concept of Soul-winning  10

2.4     Evangelism and Soul-winning  10

2.5     Benefits of Evangelism/Soul-winning  13

2.6     Hindrances to Effective Evangelism and Soul-winning  15

2.7     The Impact of Evangelism/Soul-winning to Church Growth  19

2.8     Summary  21

ENDNOTES  22

 

CHAPTER THREE   25

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY   25

3.0     Introduction  25

3.1     Research Design  25

3.2     Area of Study  25

3.3     Population of Study  25

3.4     Sample and Sampling Techniques  25

3.5     Data Collection  26

3.6     Administration of Instruments  26

3.7 Method of Data Analysis  26

 

CHAPTER FOUR   27

DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION OF RESULTS  27

4.1     Introduction  27

4.2     Data Presentation  27

CHAPTER FIVE   35

SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS  35

5.1     Summary of Findings  35

5.2     Conclusion  36

5.3     Recommendations  37

5.4     Suggestions for Further Study  37

BIBLIOGRAPHY   39

APPENDIX   42


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