James Krimmel is a part of our Mosaic Community with his wife Tara and their daughter Charlotte. James has a love for music and plays in the band on Sundays. Listen to his story!
This week, DeAndra Stone shares her story. DeAndra and her husband Jeff have been attending Mosaic for 8 years. They have two daughters, Wesleigh and Willa. DeAndra shares about a year of hell, a year of no fear and how she found her passion for the Earth.
Speakers: Kevin Knox/DeAndra Stone (August 26, 2018)
We enjoyed another Mosaic Story on Sunday from Rebecca Olsen. Rebecca and her family are fairly new to Mosaic. She shares an encouraging word about her new business adventure.
Speakers: Kevin Knox and Rebecca Olsen (August 19, 2018)
On Sunday we invited Dave Gromm to share his story. Sometimes the choices we make can lead us to dark and lonely places that seem impossible to overcome. We invite you to listen to Dave's story of courage, authenticity, redemption, and hope.
Speakers: Kevin Knox and Dave Gromm (August 12, 2018(
"Our true, courageous life that we want to empower one another towards, to join God in the renewal of all things, is something we create together."
Speaker: Kevin Knox (August 5, 2018)
Passage: 1 Corinthians 12:12-20
"This kind of thinking, confabulation or conspiracy thinking is about fear-based self-protection and our intolerance for uncertainty. We start weaving these false stories into our lives and they eventually distort who we are and how we relate to others."
Speaker: Dorynda Venable (July 29, 2018)
Passage: Matthew 5:3,5,8,9
"We don't see the world as it is, we see the world as we are."
Speaker: Kevin Knox (July 15, 2018)
Passage: Matthew 22:15-22
Jeanne shares her vision for Kids Mosaic and TruStory.
Speaker: Jeanne Wong (July 8, 2018)
"You can never get there. You can only be here."
Speaker: Kevin Knox (July 1, 2018)
Passage: 1 Kings 19:4-13
"For at least 4,000 years, we human beings have found ways to measure, to mark and to keep track of time. Now, for most of us, this is a quantitative task. But, that's not the only way to understand time. The ancient Greeks had another way of talking about time, and it's captured in the word: Kairos. Kairos isn't measured in minutes, it's measured in moments. It's not concerned with data, but depth. If most of us keep time with a watch, Kairos time is kept with a journal or a photo album. Kairos isn't about quantity of time, but quality of life."
Speaker: Kevin Knox (June 24, 2018)
Passage: Ephesians 5:11-16