The 3rd National Multi-ethnic Church Conference will gather 1,500+ like-minded ministry pioneers - experienced local church pastors and planters, network and denominational leaders, authors and educators - passionately pursuing the establishment of healthy multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the Gospel in an increasingly diverse society. It's been three years since the last conference; don't miss the next chance to join the cutting edge of a growing Movement as evidenced by this front page WSJ article.
#Mosaix2016 - the 3rd National Multi-ethnic Church Conference hosted by Mosaix Global Network
November 2-3, 2016
Northwood Church, 1870 Rufe Snow Dr., Keller (Dallas), TX 76248
Like-minded ministry pioneers: local church pastors and planters, network and denominational leaders, authors and educators, etc., in pursuit of establishing healthy multi-ethnic/economically diverse churches in the 21st century for the sake of the Gospel!
In November 2010, the Mosaix Global Network, in partnership with Outreach Magazine and the National Outreach Convention, hosted the very first National Multi-ethnic Church Conference in San Diego, CA. More than 400 individuals from thirty-one states and three foreign countries (Australia, Canada and Sweden) attended this historic event. Five plenary sessions, featuring fifteen speakers over two days, were broadcast live across the Internet, attracting an additional 471 unique viewers from ten countries outside the U.S. (Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Germany, Honduras, Hungary, Mexico, Russia, South Africa and the United Kingdom). In addition, more than forty speakers led thirty-two workshops on a variety of issues; and denominational sponsors such as the Evangelical Free Church of America, the Evangelical Covenant Church, the Reformed Church of America, the Wesleyan Church and the Free Methodist Church were all actively engaged. Publishers including Zondervan, InterVarsity Press, and Leadership Network were sponsors, too, along side educational institutions such as Multnomah Biblical College and Seminary, Fuller Theological Seminary, and Indiana Wesleyan Seminary.
Check out the 2010 conference magazine (44 pages) to get a sense of this conference's feel and significance!
In 2013, the conference was reconvened in Long Beach, CA. This time, more than 1,000 people from thirty-one states and three foreign countries attended including a delegation from Uganda. More than sixty speakers led five plenary sessions, fifteen workshop tracks, and sixty workshops. The conference, again, was broadcast live attracting more than 1,000 unique viewers from twenty nations over the course of the two-day event. Thirty-five organizations and nineteen churches sponsored the event!