Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

CENTER FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF EVANGELICAL LEADERSHIP

Partnership

In January 2015, the Mosaix Global Network entered into a formal partnership with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s (Charlotte) Center for the Development of Evangelical Leadership (CDEL). This partnership will help to establish Gordon-Conwell Charlotte as a premier center for advancing multi-ethnic church planting and leadership development via the classroom, conferencing, coaching, and consulting.

Events

  • Multi-ethnic Church Leaders Summit 
March 18-19, 2015
GCTS Charlotte Campus
A strategic gathering of catalytic church planting leaders from more than twenty denominations, networks, and seminaries, collaborating in order to exponentially advance multi-ethnic church planting and growth over the next five to ten years. See this Christian Post article summarizing the event.
  First residency dates - May 11-22, 2015
GCTS Charlotte Campus

To enroll or enquire further into this D. Min. cohort, contact [email protected]

History

The Mosaix Global Network was founded in 2004, and concerned that an increasingly diverse society is no longer finding credible the message of God’s love for all people as proclaimed from segregated pulpits, platforms, and pews. The relational network exists to catalyze the growing movement toward multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches by:

  1. Casting Vision
  2. Connecting Leaders
  3. Conferencing
  4. Coaching
  5. Church Planting
  6. Church Transition
  7. Content Development

Toward this end, Mosaix promotes the vision of seeing 20% of local churches achieve 20% diversity by 2020.

CDEL exists to carry out the vision of Gordon-Conwell: namely, to advance Christ’s kingdom in every sphere of life by equipping Church leaders to think theologically, engage globally, and live biblically. CDEL accomplishes this vision through the education, equipping, and holistic development of leaders who are kingdom minded, theological thinkers, biblical responders, and redemptive activists.

This partnership is the first of many efforts to introduce a new vision, revitalization, and direction of CDEL.

Connections

For further information about this partnership, please contact Natasha Sistrunk Robinson at [email protected].

Stay connected through one or more of the following means: 

Twitter

  1. @Mosaix
  2. @GCTSLead

Facebook

  1. Mosaix Global Network
  2. CDEL

Websites

  1. Mosaix Global Network
  2. CDEL

Leadership

Mark DeYmaz, D.Min., M.A.             
Co-Founder & Executive Director, Mosaix Global Network

Rodney L. Cooper, Ph.D., Th.M.
Director of CDEL

Natasha Sistrunk Robinson, M.A.
Assistant Director of CDEL

Coaching Pastors & Planters

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Leadership Cohorts & Learning Labs

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Small Group Study & Workbook

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