“Here are two of the magic-working, shackle-breaking, people-binding books that I’ve been reading lately.”
“Despite all the challenges, these pastors’ hearts are full of praise for the Lord, and they are eager to share the gospel of Jesus.”
We knew living into the Mosaic name would require us to work at being transformed by one another through God’s power.
They noticed a small area of concern in my tonsil on a recent scan. “It is probably nothing,” but I should get another scan.
The Pathways Steering Team now offers you this working document and summary of what they heard from the focus groups and interviews and says, “It is your turn.”
“I saw people struggling with addictions, strokes, end-of-life issues, suicide attempts, and behavioral health concerns. It was invigorating and exhausting to attempt to provide spiritual care to this wide variety of people.”
Registration for Mosaic’s Annual Assembly is now open! Learn more about the event on Saturday, November 4, as well as the Pre-Assembly Delegate Preparation meetings in September.
Another person behind me in line, followed up by asking simply, “Why?”
Somewhat startled, I asked, “Why what?” The person said that she wanted to know why anyone would want to be a pastor.
Mosaic’s Annual Assembly is just a little over 2 months away! While many of us still feel like summer isn’t over, now is the time to start planning for Assembly.
“What are the leadership adjustments required for the context we find ourselves in?”
We are thankful to everyone who has questioned us and challenged us so that we can better support the people among us who have experienced abuse.
Simplicity can mean having fewer possessions, but also means surrender to God.
Graciella Odelia was a biochemistry major at Eastern Mennonite University and intended to go to medical school. But God had other plans.