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.
Mosaix 2019 Hope for All Digital Access Pass will help you:
- Gain personal access to the most credible and experienced multiethnic church pioneers, pastors and planters in the United States today, as well as thought-leading authors, theologians and educators;
- Deepen your understanding of the biblical theology, core commitments, and latest research;
- Sharpen your skills by considering best and promising practices, as well as common obstacles and how to overcome them in order to build healthy multiethnic and economically diverse churches through planting, growth and development;
- Tailor the experience to fit your specific interests and contextual needs through by attending pre-conference intensives, entire specialized tracks (four workshops each), individual workshops, and more;
- Renew or establish key relationships with like-minded leaders in order to build your own multiethnic ministry “bullpen” for further connection and resourcing after the conference.