"The Church as a Community"
There is a connection between Peter Drucker, Rick Warren, Mark Driscoll, and other major "Seeker Sensitive" players.

The resultant false theology of "the church as a community" has emerged, and was espoused by former pastor David Slayton, who resigned from South Norfolk Baptist, in April 2017.  It was evident in almost all of his sermons either by innuendo, or outright statement; and is front and center in the church's mission statement:
"Welcome to South Norfolk Baptist Church 
we seek to be a community....."
Does your church refer to itself as a "community" or a "community of small groups"?  Have you ever wondered exactly what that means?   If you've ever noticed that your church leadership speaks more about the "community" than about the individual, then you may want to listen to this lecture.

Rev. Rosebrough unpacks the worldview of Peter Drucker, a man whose influence on the church was overwhelming, though few Christians are aware of it. The truths presented in this lecture will help to explain the nature of the "seeker driven" movement, and reveal its goals and motivations.

One final note: Rosebrough begins his teaching with a brief, but necessary overview of some key points and people in history. Even if you are not a "history person," do not allow yourself to tune out for this portion. What is taught in these first few minutes will provide a crucial foundation for what is revealed later in the lecture.
Rev. Chris Roseborugh's lecture "Resistance is Futile...You Will be Assimilated into the Community" lays out this heresy clearly and concisely:
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Website Orthodoxy and Discernment

Mamma always says, "You can't always judge a book by its cover."  That goes for judging a church by its website, too. Momma didn't say it, but it's true.

In other words, when looking for a "safe" church, you can't always go by statements of faith on websites.

This one below, for example, looks like a legitimate statement. Or, at least the beginnings of one. But it belongs to a church of tares, run by a dangerous wolf, who is not a brother in the Lord, despite what is professed.

Can you guess which church this belongs to?

"What We Believe" statements like these fool millions. The above comes from Joel Osteen's Lakewood Church in Houston. His televised sermons are seen by over 7 million viewers weekly and over 20 million monthly in over 100 countries. Unfortunately, he does not preach biblical Christianity, but another gospel.

Some churches and ministries don't have statements of faith. Like this one at Kenneth Copeland:

If the church you are examining will not provide you with this information, FLEE.

Let's try another:

Sounds legit?  Wait a second, you might want to put down those membership forms and check out who runs this church. (Hint: T.D.Jakes)

How about this one?

Nope, I'm afraid this one is definitely not safe for your family.   (Hint: Mike Bickle and IHOP).

We could go on and on all day. Just remember, there are solid churches out there that you and I would consider "safe" from theological harm. And they have solid faith statements on their website. But so do the counterfeits. The enemy of your soul wants nothing more than to confuse and trick you into hearing lies about God. So you must diligently dive into past sermons, and listen to what they actually teach.