Join us Saturday, January 11th at 10:30 a.m. when we welcome Pastor Grant Diamond of Rise Frisco Church as he presents, “Insecurity and Creativity.” The meeting will be held at Arlington Community Church, 1715 W. Randol Mill Rd, Arlington.
Nothing kills creativity like insecurity. For every creator the temptation to compare is constant. Insecurity looms large from the first word to the first draft. That’s why you’ll never reach your full creative potential without conquering insecurity.
Join us as Pastor and content creator, Grant Diamond, discusses how to overcome insecurity and comparison of ourselves to others in order to release our full creative potential.
A few years ago Pastor Grant Diamond moved his family cross-country to a city where he didn’t know anyone and had barely heard of—all to start Rise Frisco, a church whose mission is to “Love God, build people, and change the world.” You can call it crazy, or you can call it faith! The dream for Rise was to be a place for people who don’t like church, and at just one year old the church has welcomed hundreds of people for worship and seen many begin a relationship with Jesus, including baptism. As a new church, Rise Frisco exists to be a safe place to take the next step with God. Had a bad church experience before? You’ll fit right in.
Diamond, who calls himself the Lead Communicator for Rise—instead of Pastor—believes it’s a sin to bore people with the Bible and has a passion to bring out the ancient truths of Scripture to speak into our lives today. He had a powerful encounter with God in college that changed everything for him. He considers it his greatest privilege and honor to help others have that same encounter. He holds a Bachelor of Theological Studies, as well as a master’s degree in Biblical Studies, and another nearly completed in Christian Ministry.
Before moving to Frisco, Grant was serving God through ministry in the Chicago, Illinois area. He met his wife Kayli at Wheaton College in the Chicago suburbs and they were married shortly after graduation. He and his family now make the Greater Dallas area their home.
You can learn more about Diamond and the Rise Frisco Church at: https://risefrisco.org/, or follow along with Diamond at: https://www.facebook.com/grant.m.diamond and on Twitter @grantlovesjesus.
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The program is followed by a pay-your-way lunch at a nearby restaurant for further fellowship and networking.