Casting Vision
The first personal daily devotional and small group study on multi-ethnic life and church designed for people in the pews. Visit our online store for this and other resources to help you in pursuit of the dream.

Casting Vision

Connecting Leaders
Become a member of Mosaix to give and gain from an ongoing relationship with fellow pioneers connecting through the largest network advancing the multi-ethnic church movement today!

Connecting Leaders

Conferencing
Mosaix' 3rd National Conference will be held November 2-3, 2016, at Northwood Church in Dallas, TX. Over 1,500 pastors and ministry leaders are expected! Sign-up to receive our free email newsletter for details coming soon.

Conferencing

Coaching
Establishing a healthy multi-ethnic church is not easy; you just can’t do it alone. We'll set you up with a competent coach for personal encouragement and professional guidance in pursuit of the dream.

Coaching

The Mosaix App
Download the new Mosaix App featuring Mosaix 2013 speakers, sponsors, resources, and much more! Available for free in the App Store on iTunes, and Google Play. Click the image above to learn more.

Featured Resource

Welcome
Founded in 2004 by Drs. Mark DeYmaz and George Yancey, Mosaix is a relational network of local church pastors and planters, denominational, network, and ministry leaders, educators and researchers, alike, that exists to establish healthy multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the gospel throughout North America and beyond.

For over ten years Mosaix has served to organize, mobilize, and catalyze, the Multi-ethnic Church Movement by casting vision, connecting like-minded leaders, conferencing, coaching, church planting and transition. In that time, and since 2001, the percentage of churches having at least 20% diversity in their attending membership has risen from 7.5% to 13.7%, and to 14.4% among Protestant Evangelical churches. According to sociologist Michael O. Emerson, author of Divided By Faith, Mosaix has played a preeminent role in driving the statistical change.
Purpose
Believing that healthy multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches must be established on sound theology for the sake of the Gospel, Mosaix seeks to reconcile diverse men and women to God and to one another, through faith in Jesus Christ, by establishing churches according to the principles and practices of New Testament churches such as existed at Antioch, Ephesus, and Rome; churches in which diverse men and women walked, worked, and worshipped God together as one so that the world would know God's love and believe (John 17:20-23).
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