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GLST 220
GOSPEL COMMUNICATION PROJECT: GRAND NARRATIVE OUTLINE TEMPLATE
INSTRUCTIONS
Use the chart below to outline the elements of the Grand Narrative Story. You will use this outline as your script for your Grand
Narrative Video Assignment in module 7.
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Description: In the description column, you should summarize that part of the grand narrative story as if you were telling the
story to someone from the culture you researched in your CQ Research Assignment. Focus on the most important details of
that story element that would resonate with a person from that culture and use vocabulary that would make sense to a person
from that culture. You should write in complete sentences when writing your story. Write 3-5 sentences about each element.
Note that you should tell the story in your own words in this section (do not quote scripture here).
Scripture Reference: In the scripture reference column, list scriptures where you can find that part of the story in the Bible.
You don’t have to quote the scripture, just list the reference (i.e., Genesis 1:1).
Cultural Connection: In the cultural connection column, you will practice contextualizing your story. Write 1-3 sentences
about how someone from the culture you researched might respond to that part of the story. What cultural systems or cultural
value orientations might help them to connect with that part of the story? What cultural artifacts might help you to draw
connections from the culture to the story? You should rely heavily on the information you discovered in your CQ Research
Assignment to complete this section.
Student
Name
Country
Story
Description
Element
Act 1: God Establishes His Kingdom
Course Section Number
Cultural Cluster (Anglo, Nordic Europe,
Germanic Europe, Latin Europe, Latin
America, Confucian Asia, Southern Asia,
Sub-Saharan Africa, Arab)
Scripture
Reference
Cultural Connection
Creation
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Act 2: Rebellion in the Kingdom
Fall
Act 3: The King Chooses Israel
Cain and
Abel
Noah
Tower of
Babel
Abraham
Israel
Moses
David
Prophets
Act 4: The Coming of the King
Virgin Birth
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Incarnation
and Deity
(Fully God,
Fully Man)
Jesus’ Life
(person and
ministry)
Jesus’ Death
Jesus’
Resurrection
Act 5: Spreading the News of the King
Holy Spirit
Church
Mission
Act 6: The Return of the King
Christ’s
Return
Restoration
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GOSPEL COMMUNICATION PROJECT: GRAND NARRATIVE OUTLINE ASSIGNMENT
INSTRUCTIONS
OVERVIEW
The Gospel Communication Project allows you to apply the principles of Cultural Intelligence to
a specific cross-cultural evangelistic encounter. As a cumulative project throughout the course
(with a research assignment, a grand narrative outline, and a video presentation), you will
research the cultural elements of a specific country, consider how those cultural elements will
affect a person’s understanding of the gospel message, create a plan for communicating
effectively with a person from a specific culture, and present the story of God through video as
you would if you were able to share the gospel with someone from that culture. Also, as you
craft a story of the grand narrative to effectively communicate it in a specific culture, you will
gain a deeper understanding of the story of God and gain confidence in sharing the gospel with
others.
INSTRUCTIONS
For the second part of your Gospel Communication Project, you will outline the Grand Narrative
by completing the provided worksheet. Use the chart in the worksheet to outline the elements of
the Grand Narrative Story. You will use this outline as your script for your Grand Narrative
Video Assignment in module 7.
•
•
•
Description: In the description column, you should summarize that part of the grand
narrative story as if you were telling the story to someone from the culture you
researched in your CQ Research Assignment. Focus on the most important details of that
story element that would resonate with a person from that culture and use vocabulary that
would make sense to a person from that culture. You should write in complete sentences
when writing your story. Write 3-5 sentences about each element.
Scripture Reference: In the scripture reference column, list scriptures where you can
find that part of the story in the Bible. You don’t have to quote the scripture, just list the
reference (i.e. Genesis 1:1).
Cultural Connection: In the cultural connection column, you will practice
contextualizing your story. Write 1-3 sentences about how someone from the culture you
researched might respond to that part of the story. What cultural systems or cultural value
orientations might help them to connect with that part of the story? What cultural artifacts
might help you to draw connections from the culture to the story? You should rely
heavily on the information you discovered in your CQ Research Assignment to complete
this section.
Your writing should use standard formatting (consistent font size and style) and be free of
grammatical and spelling errors.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

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