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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 us to understand each other. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, we can love, laugh together, learn, and care for each other’s needs when we intentionally make time to get to know one another. This is what Mosaic Groups are all about. 

Beginning with Discovery and Multiethnic Conversations (MEC) classes, all members of Mosaic can engage with a small group. Adults of all ages have pursued this kind of connection over this past year and have recently commented about their experiences:

“One of the most meaningful things about my group is how if one person is having a problem each member goes above and beyond to help the other without hesitation or expectation of something in return. This group is diverse ethnically and socio-economically, yet everyone is treated with the same love and respect as the next person.” – Kelcie and Miguel Ortiz

 

“Being part of our small group has been like expanding our family and experiencing incredible support in every way. We share our lives with one another, pray for each other and meet the needs of one another. We primarily meet virtually (via zoom) and communicate via group text; however, our ability to connect has been amazing. Whether someone needs unexpected childcare or someone else is in the emergency room and needs a pacifier or chocolate shake, we are there for each other. We pray boldly for one another in Jesus’s name, celebrate successes and mourn losses. … Our small group is our extended family, and we are extremely grateful for this community!” – Jennifer and Thomas Knight

 

“As newlywed couples we’ve been able to grow and learn about biblical marriage with peers in a safe environment. This has helped give us fresh perspective and reinforce what we’ve learned in premarital counsel. Overall, being in a newlywed couple’s group has helped us establish healthy habits of fellowship from the beginning of our marriage that we hope to continue.” – Fali and Stan Wakwe

 

“It has been such a pleasure getting to know and share in the lives of the people in our small group and was just what Shannon and I needed coming out of the isolation of COVID. Christ-centered friends who took the time to just go a little deeper. We have learned so much from the other couples and always leave with a blessed and grateful heart.”  – Merritt and Shannon Holman

Some groups continue to meet through the summer. Young Adults (The Steady Group) are meeting at Mosaic on Tuesday evenings, 6:30-8:00, and it is always open to new people. The next Discovery class, for those new to Mosaic, begins on Sunday morning, July 10. (Join here.)   MEC class begins Sunday morning, August 7. (Register at August MEC.) 

You don’t want to miss this opportunity to pursue life-changing, authentic Christian community!  If you are interested in joining or leading a Mosaic Group in the Fall, please email [email protected]

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    Paul Kroger says:

    This kind of community, and relationships which are formed, warms my heart! In a world of “crowded loneliness” we could all benefit from a dose of deeper relational connections.

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