E Pluribus Unum


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Sermon Notes

 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.