THE PAULINE PROJECT
Paul the Apostle, once a persecutor of the early disciples of Jesus in Jerusalem, became one of the most important figures of the early Christian church. Though actual number is disputed by scholars, fourteen of the New Testaments' twenty-seven books are traditionally attributed to the Apostle Paul. Paul mapped a biblical framework of justification by faith and non-Jewish inclusion in evangelism that's became a centerpiece of modern Christian theology. After Paul's "Road to Damascus Experience," he spent the rest of his life dedicated to missionary work and the planting of Christian churches.
What is the Pauline Project?
We, at FCMAS, believe that Christian artists are grossly under-served within both the community and the traditional Christian Church, especially. Even as many churches have progressed in the wide offering of specialized ministries, support groups specifically catered to the development and edification of aspiring Christian artists are still few and far between. This project is an initiative in which we follow after Paul's apostolic objectives, and seek to assist in the planting and establishment of artistry-focused ministry support within the church and community.