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 is a blessing to the city, to our state, and even to countries around the world.
The work of people like Georgia Morris, Michael Stewart, and KenDrell Collins is making a difference! They have all had their share of challenges, but they have been intentional to persevere and pursue the work that God has given them. They have developed cross cultural relationships and competence while listening to the experiences of diverse others. They also recognize that they are part of something bigger than themselves. These men and women believe in a better future!
We all have a vital part to play in the life of Mosaic. Paul commands the church, “Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves; do not merely look out for your own personal interests, but also for the interests of others” (Philippians 2:3-4). Clearly, when we humbly join together in the
movement of the multiethnic church, God works mightly.