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Founded in 2004 by Mark DeYmaz (D.Min.) and George Yancey (Ph.D.), Mosaix is a relational network of local church pastors and planters, denominational, network, and ministry leaders, educators and researchers, alike, that exists to establish healthy multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches for the sake of the gospel throughout North America and beyond.
Believing that healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches must be established on sound theology for the sake of the Gospel, Mosaix seeks to reconcile diverse men and women to God and to one another, through faith in Jesus Christ, by establishing churches according to the principles and practices of New Testament churches such as existed at Antioch, Ephesus, and Rome; churches in which diverse men and women walked, worked, and worshipped God together as one so that the world would know God’s love and believe (John 17:20-23).
For nearly 15 years, Mosaix has served to organize, mobilize and catalyze the Multiethnic Church Movement by casting vision, connecting like-minded leaders, conferencing, coaching, cohort learning, curriculum development, church planting and transition. In that time, and since 2001, the percentage of churches having at least 20% diversity in their attending membership has risen from 7.5% to 13.7%, and to 14.4% among Protestant Evangelical churches. According to sociologist Michael O. Emerson, co-author of Divided By Faith, Mosaix has played a preeminent role in driving the statistical change. Our ongoing goal and vision remains to see 20% of churches throughout the United States achieve 20% diversity in their attending membership and leadership by the year 2020, and 1,000 multi-ethnic churches established through planting or transition by the year 2025.
Toward that end, our team provides the following professional services:
2. Leadership Cohorts & Learning Labs
4. Connections & Staff Search (specializing in discovering diverse candidates)
5. Consulting & Speaking
6. Curriculum for small groups & other resources including…
• Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church (Jossey-Bass/Leadership Network, 2007)
• Leading a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church (Zondervan/Leadership Network, 2010, 2013)
• Should Pastors Accept or Reject the Homogeneous Unit Principle? (Mosaix, 2011)
• Multi-ethnic Conversations (Wesleyan Publishing House, 2016)
• re:MIX – Transitioning Your Church to Living Color (Abingdon, 2016)
• Disruption: Repurposing Your Church to Redeem the Community (Thomas Nelson/Leadership Network, 2017)
• The Coming Revolution of Church Economics (Baker, fall 2019)
7. Credentialing: D.Min. in Redemptive Leadership from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (Charlotte, NC)
8. City Cohorts
To schedule a 30-minute free consultation with Mark DeYmaz, contact Alison Clinton.