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Hope For All

#hopeforall • #mosaix19

The Apostle Paul devoted his life not only to declaring the Gospel but to demonstrating the hope of the Gospel; that is, not only to championing eternal life for “everyone who believes” (Rom 1:16) but to establishing local churches in which men, women and children from varying ethnic, economic and cultural backgrounds could walk, work, and worship God together as one (Gal 3:28; Eph 2:11-4:6) on earth as it is in heaven (Rev 7:9). With this in mind Paul declared before the Sanhedrin, “I stand on trial because of the hope of the resurrection of the dead.” (Acts 23:6) Having himself received mercy, Paul was determined to see the local church extend mercy to all people without distinction. Having been brought near to the living God, he was determined to see the local church draw diverse others near to Him, as well. Having been called of God, he was determined to see the church fulfill its collective calling. To this mission and vision, Paul devoted his life; and in so doing, devoted himself to establishing local churches in which believers not only expressed their love for God, but for one another and for their biblical neighbors; namely, those from demographic groups different than their own. To this Gospel-centric Pauline mission, pastors and local churches today must again devote themselves; that is, to declaring in action beyond sentiment Hope for All.


  • Pre-Conference

    Forward-leaning Intensives for experienced practitioners & others desiring a deeper discussion of relevant issues.

  • Main Conference

    1,500 Ministry Leaders, 80 Speakers, 68 Workshops, 17 Tracks, 6 Plenary Sessions, incredible worship & more!

  • Tracks/Workshops

    Proven practitioners will inspire, encourage & equip you by addressing areas of contextual need or specific interest.

  • Logistics • FAQs

    Airport, hotel & other conference related info is available now. We’ll do our best to keep updating as we get closer to the event.


Listed alphabetically by first name. 92 currently confirmed!

Albert Tate

Fellowship Monrovia

Alex Diaz

Mosaic • Little Rock

Angela Brown

The Perfecting Church

Ben Cloud


Ben Yazzie

Missions Door

Bernard Emerson

Tapestry Church

Bob Roberts, Jr.

NorthWood Church

Bobby Harrison

Church Planter

Brian Warth

Chapel of Change

Bryan Loritts

Abundant Life

Carolien Euser

ICP Netherlands

Charles Wilson

The Hill Church

Chip Freed

Garfield Memorial

Chris Beard

Peoples Church

Christopher Benek

CoCreators Network

Christopher Harris

Crossover Church

Cindy Del Hierro

Westside Church Internacional

Corey J. Hodges

The Point Church

Dan Hyun

The Village Church

Daniel Esplin

Indian Bible College

Daniel Rodriguez

Pepperdine University

Daniel Yang

The Send Institute

David Anderson

Bridgeway Community

Derwin Gray

Transformation Church

Donavon Thigpen

ONE Church

Dorena Williamson

Strong Tower Bible Church

Drew Hyun

Hope Church NYC

Ed Stetzer

Wheaton College

Efrem Smith

Bayside Midtown

Ellis Prince

Gallery Church

Eric Lige

Ethnos Network • San Diego

Gabriel Salguero

Calvario City Church

Georgia Mjartan

First Steps

Georgia Morris

Vine and Village

Georgina De La Mora

Cornerstone Church

Grace Ji-Sun Kim

Earlham School of Religion

Greg Wigfield

Destiny Church

Hans Euser

ICP Netherlands

Harry Li

Mosaic • Little Rock

Hazen Stevens

OneRace Movement

Helen Mitchell

Biola University

Inés McBryde

Church Planter

Insil Kang

Village Church

Jared Sorber

Bridgeway Community

Jason Janz

Providence Bible

Jason Koppen

Indian Bible College

Jay Moon

Asbury Seminary

Jenny Yang

World Relief

Joanne Solis Walker

Wesleyan Church

Joel Solomon

New Life Providence

John Gerhardt

Urban Impact

John M. Perkins

JVMP Foundation

John Wallace

Bible Center Church

Jonathan Seda

Grace Church

Josh Clemons

OneRace Movement

Joshua Chavez

Revive Church

Joy Kirkland

MosaiX Europe

Joyce Elliot

State Senator • AR

Juan Pena

Providence Bible

Jude Del Hierro

Confluence Ministries

Julie Tai

Fuller Seminary

Ken Wytsma

Village Church

Kevin Brown

The Perfecting Church

Kevin Haah

New City Church LA

Kevin Turpin

New Life Providence

Kim Gladden

The Wesleyan Church

Korie Edwards

The Ohio State

Kyle Brooks

Tapestry Church

Kyle Ray

Sent Church

Larry Walkemeyer

Light & Life Fellowship

Léonce Crump Jr.

Rennovation Church

Linda DeYmaz

Mosaic Church

Linda Lovett

Vine and Village

Marcellus Dukes


Mark DeYmaz

Mosaix Global Network

Mark Hearn

First Baptist Duluth

Martin Robinson

MosaiX Europe

Mathew Kuruvilla

Parkside Baptist Church

Matt McGue

Cumberland Community

Michael Emerson

North Park University

Michelle Higgins

South City Church

Miles McPherson

The Rock Church

Mont Mitchell

Westbrook Church

Naeem Fazal

Mosaic • Charlotte

Nesan Kistan

The Salvation Army

Noemi Chavez

Revive Church

Oneya Okuwobi

21st Century Church

Paul Kroger

Vine and Village

Paul Kyu-Jin Choi

Village Church

Paul Sohn


Ray Chang

Ambassador Church

Ray Chang

Wheaton College

Renjy Abraham

Village Church

Rich Bonham

MosaiX Europe

Rich Nathan

Vineyard Columbus

Rodrigo Cruz

The NETT Church

Ron & Twany Dotzler

Abide Omaha

Rufus Smith

Hope Church

Saehee Duran

Life360 Intercultural Church

Sam Chacko

LOFT City Church

Santes Beatty

Wesleyan Church

Scot McKnight

Northern Seminary

Scott Venable

Northwood Church

Sergio De La Mora

Cornerstone Church

Stephen Beck

MosaiX Europe

Susie Gamez

Light & Life Fellowship

Svetlana Papazov

Real Life Church

Tommy Kyllonen

Crossover Church

Trey Grant

The Well Church

Wayne Schmidt

The Wesleyan Church

Yucan Chiu

Ethnos Network


Pre-conference (Tues 1p-5p) • Opening Session (Tues 6:30p) • Closing Bell (Thurs, 4:45p)

Time Session Speakers Venue
1p - 2:45p Pre-conference Intensives • Session I Rooms TBD
3p - 5p Pre-conference Intensives • Session II Rooms TBD
5p - 6:15p Dinner Options Onsite (via pre-purchase only) Choose box dinner add-on at checkout
6:30p - 8:25p Opening (Plenary) Session I Worship Center
Time Session Speakers Venue
7:45a - 8:25a Worship-based Prayer Harry Li Chapel
8:30a - 10:25a Plenary Session II Worship Center
10:45a - 11:50a Tracks • Workshops A Rooms TBD
11:55p - 1:25p Lunch Onsite (via Food Trucks) Food Trucks
1:30p - 2:35p Tracks • Workshops B Rooms TBD
2:50p - 4:40p Plenary Session III Worship Center
4:45p - 6:25p Dinner Onsite (via Food Trucks) Food Trucks
6:30p - 8:25p Plenary Session IV Worship Center
Time Session Speakers Venue
7:45a - 8:25a Worship-based Prayer Harry Li Chapel
8:30a - 10:25a Plenary Session V Worship Center
10:45a - 11:50a Tracks • Workshops C Rooms TBD
11:55a - 1:25a Lunch Onsite Available (via Food Trucks) Food Trucks
1:30p - 2:35p Tracks • Workshops D Rooms TBD
2:50p - 4:45p Plenary Session VI Worship Center


Prices rise September 1, 2019 • Purchase tickets for your entire team today!



Designed for experienced practitioners

Sessions I & II (1-5p) • $39

Session II only (3-5p) • $29

Main Conference


Not again until 2022 • Buy tickets today!

Free eBook with ticket purchase!

$129 a ticket for group of 3+

Add-ons & Extras


Box dinner onsite Tues • $12

2019 Digital Pass • $49

2016 Digital Pass • $99

Event Venue • NorthWood Church

1870 Rufe Snow Dr., Keller (DFW), TX 76248


Located in the DFW Metroplex, NorthWood Church provides a wonderful environment & exceptional facility in which to enjoy the conference, as it did in 2016.


NorthWood Church is situated just NW of Dallas, and conveniently accessible to both DFW (16.5 miles; 25 minutes) & Love Field (29 miles; 40 minutes).


A variety of hotels & restaurants are conveniently located near NorthWood Church, within a 5-10 minute drive. For hotel options, click the Travel Info link above.