Jan 31, 2016
E Pluribus Unum
 It is not uncommon for local churches to be perceived as appealing to people of a certain a niche. Maybe this church is known as the “traditional church that values truth and conveys reverence.” Maybe that church is known as the “relevant church that makes the ‘un-churched’ and the ‘de-churched’ feel welcome.” Or maybe another church is known as the “caring church that makes a difference for good in their community.” Individuals can often be drawn to churches that champion causes that interest them, and the inevitable result of such market-driven Christianity is (at the very least) segregation and stifled growth. God has gifted individuals with varying gifts from others, and the local church is to be a Mosaic – not a blank wall.
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  • Jan 31, 2016E Pluribus Unum
    Jan 31, 2016
    E Pluribus Unum
     It is not uncommon for local churches to be perceived as appealing to people of a certain a niche. Maybe this church is known as the “traditional church that values truth and conveys reverence.” Maybe that church is known as the “relevant church that makes the ‘un-churched’ and the ‘de-churched’ feel welcome.” Or maybe another church is known as the “caring church that makes a difference for good in their community.” Individuals can often be drawn to churches that champion causes that interest them, and the inevitable result of such market-driven Christianity is (at the very least) segregation and stifled growth. God has gifted individuals with varying gifts from others, and the local church is to be a Mosaic – not a blank wall.
  • Aug 17, 2014Two Things That Matter Most
    Aug 17, 2014
    Two Things That Matter Most
    There are many questions that one might answer that would reveal a tremendous amount of information.  Two questions like this are the subject of this message.  First, Do you believe the Gospel?  Second, Do you now, or are you willing to submit yourself to authority of the Scriptures?  How you answer these two questions will say much about you, and Pastor Marc answered both of them in his inaugural message at FBC Diana.