ATTAM922 is comprised of students from Southeastern Seminary and The College at Southeastern. The name ATTAM922 comes from 1 Corinthians 9:22 which says: “To the weak I became weak, that I might win the weak; I have become all things to all men, so that I may by all means save some.” ATTAM922’s two-fold vision is to:
To inspire the body of Christ to pursue diversity in corporate worship, study, and church membership. We want to dispel terms like “black church” or “white church” because churches shouldn’t be defined by the majority race but rather by the Gospel. As opposed to catering to one culture, churches should focus on engaging the world, which includes many different colors, cultures, and world views. This starts with one believer having a heart to engage and learn about those outside of his/her immediate surroundings. We support and host events that push believers toward church diversity.
To engage the unsaved with the message of the Gospel through the arts and servanthood evangelism. Not everyone that comes to know Christ will hear his message Sunday morning in a church service. We want to be the believers that go out in the midst of sinners while standing firm on God’s word and sharing his love. We function as a para-church organization that host non-church events while still preaching the Gospel.
ATTAM922 leads in worship through preaching, dance, mime, poetry, singing, drama, and instrumentalists.