This is a list of helpful articles, books, and resources that help communicate the vision and mission of FBCD.
Not all resources reflect the direct beliefs of FBCD, the pastors, or staff. Some resources are listed for the benefit of the reader in order to discover the breadth of discussion regarding specific topics.
If you would like more information on what we believe and affirm, please check out the "What We Believe" tab below or call the church office at 770-942-5481 to set up a conversation with a pastor.


During our "Elephant in the Room" sermon series, we tackled Truth for Today's Tough Topics. On April 14, 2024 we covered the topic of Race. We strive to be a Multicultural congregation in the Atlanta, Georgia area. Therefore, we must be informed about what the Bible says about race and how God would want us to approach this topic. You can find a link to that sermon and a list of additional resources for this discussion below. 

The Lord's Supper: Article 1

Both the Passover and the Lord’s Supper mark the salvation of God in a ritual act of worship to be observed by God’s people. Thus, in order to understand the meaning and significance of the Lord’s Supper it is necessary to know its context within the observance of the Passover Feast. This article reflects on the context of the Last Supper, the night Jesus ordained the rite of the Lord's Supper for His Church.

The Lord's Supper: Article 2

What's in a name? One of the more confusing aspects in understanding the meaning and significance of the Lord’s Supper is that it has been given many different names throughout church history—each one signifying different meaning and bestowing different connotations and characteristics. Understood in their proper terms and contexts, each designation for the Supper is a viable option and churches should reject “throwing the baby out with the bathwater” and instead seek an understanding of the contribution of each term to Baptist heritage.