CHILDLIKE FAITH

In John 2:1-11, Jesus’s mother informs him that the wine has run out during a wedding celebration at Cana. She then tells the servants to do whatever Jesus tells them to do.  Mary’s words and actions evidenced childlike faith that Jesus would address the need which she brought to him. ...

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WALKING TOGETHER AS ONE

“Walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called.” Ephesians 4:1 How do we walk worthy? By walking in unity that reflects gentleness, humility, patience, love, and diligence. In the process, we learn to trust Jesus and become more like Him.  Proximity, building relationships, helps...

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REJOICING…NO MATTER WHAT

“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice.”  Philippians 4:4 (ESV) Here we have a Scriptural command to rejoice in the Lord ALWAYS.  Rightfully so, as a body of born-again believers at Mosaic, we rejoice and have joy through emotion (singing, praising, being thankful with gladness) on Sunday...

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FAITH OVER FEAR

Phobias! There are all sorts. It’s easy to make light of a variety of rare phobias (such as arachibutyrophobia — the fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of your mouth), but people suffering from phobias often find themselves debilitated by anxiety to the point of avoiding scary experiences...

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FORGIVENESS

Why is it that forgiveness is so powerful? So necessary? Forgiveness heals. Some say that forgiveness is letting go of the past. That may seem impossible if your past is painful. Some things are simply hard to forgive, and we can’t just pretend that things didn’t happen. Perhaps, however, we...

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WOMEN OR MEN?

Who are the best children’s teachers? BOTH ARE! In the Children’s Hall on any Sunday, you will find a great mix of fun, passionate, loving, and skilled teachers in every classroom. This week we’re highlighting the men! For example, on Palm Sunday, we found Darlynton waving palm branches and shouting...

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MOSAICS GO TO CUBA

On March 15, Pastor Alberto Alcacio and Eric Zhang departed Little Rock for Mosaic’s initial mission trip to the Republic of Cuba. They were excited to encourage churches in Cuba by participating in the ordination of eight pastors, assessing their needs, and bringing them basic medical and first aid supplies....

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FAITHFUL, PATIENT AND KIND

Rick Shade is the pastor of our unsheltered brothers and sisters. In this capacity, he helps them meet their daily needs for food, work, shelter and many, many other life essentials. The unsheltered live all around Mosaic Church. Just to the south of our campus is one of the largest...

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MOBILIZING FOR IMPACT

The presence and power of Christ is amazingly displayed in and through a healthy multiethnic church. This month, Black History month, we have heard stories of just a few of the Mosaics who are making a difference by using their God-given talents, passions, and vocations. Consequently, the congregation of Mosaic...

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