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Sermon from Sunday, May 1, 2022 | In this sermon, Zeru talks about the compassion of God in Christ as the source of healing for survivors of abuse. Looking at Hagar’s story and the way she was treated by her masters - Sarai and Abram - we see God’s tenderness and care for the oppressed. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaic…
 
While we don’t live in an honor-shame culture, we all have experienced the feeling of shame. What does Jesus final hours teach us about shame, and how does the story of one disciple give us hope that Jesus is in the business of receiving our shame so he can restore our dignity?โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, April 3, 2022 | Lent helps us re-orient our hearts to a fundamental question: what do I *want*? This week, we examine the idols of our city, how they play to our desires, and what is our alternative lifestyle in light of these gods clamoring for our affection. For more information about our church, visit us online at www.mosaick…
 
Mosaic Midweek | March 31, 2022 | This week, Wes and Zeru tackle the freeing idea of confession. What constitutes confidentiality, who are trustworthy people, and how might our lives change if we believed that God is more willing to forgive than we are to confess? For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
Sermon from Sunday, March 20, 2022 | One of the reasons we struggle with confession — especially to one another — is because we are not convinced grace is on the other side. But what might happen if we became a church, not void of sin, but void of secrets? We may receive what we most deeply crave — to be known and to be healed. For more information…
 
Mosaic Midweek | Wednesday, March 16, 2022 | This week, Zeru and Wes talk through the challenges of a broken world -- both personally and systemically. How might the people of God, practically, take some next steps to both think and act in such a way that identifies with others who bear the same image of God, but are disadvantaged by the challenges…
 
Sermon from Sunday, March 6, 2022 | We continue our series on Fasting by discussing the social implications of a relatively personal practice. What might depriving yourself of food have to do with investing yourself into the lives of the poor. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosiacknox.org/…
 
March 2, 2022 | Ash Wednesday Service | To mark the start of Lent, we must come to grips with the most concrete reality that stands the test of time — you are going to die. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Service on February 20, 2022 | This week we've invited Laura Wolfe, a Biblical Life Counselor from Fellowship Middlebrook to join us. Sarah Mills hosts a Q&A with Laura about how body image and fasting relate to one another. Listen as they discuss questions like "Why does how I view my body matter in the story of God?" and "What hope do you believe…
 
Mosaic Midweek from February 16, 2022 | This week, Zeru and Wes talk about what may prevent our western minds from engaging God in prayer more than anything else. What is it about mystery that paralyzes us and scares us; and how we can move from putting everything in a box, to getting oriented around the knowable, mysterious God of the universe. Fo…
 
Sermon from Sunday, February 6, 2022 | Fasting is nothing if not paired with prayer; and prayer deeply matters. This week, we look at what might we experience if we deny some of our most basic appetites, and how might we join God’s prayer for the world? For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
This week, Zeru and Wes talk through why fasting is so detached from the life of a Jesus follower and why it feels like slavery, even if it leads to more freedom. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from January 23, 2022 | One of the most under-practiced disciplines of the way of Jesus may be the most critical for a culture that is looking for freedom where there is only chains. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, January 9, 2022 | We are entering into 2022 like we entered last year: A vision to be overcome with the love of God that enables us to have something beautiful and meaningful to offer to our city. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, December 20, 2021 | Zeru concludes our Advent series looking at Anna, and we see how her posture of waiting for the King in the first Advent mirrors ours as we long for His return. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from December 5, 2021 | The wonder of the first Advent is that God visited our planet. And so we are grounded in hope; and yet the human experience is still filled with so much waiting, as we long for the Second Advent. For more information about Mosiac, visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from November 21, 2021 | We wrap up our series on The Meal with a few encouragements and challenges to prepare us to gather around the table in 2022. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, November 7, 2021 | As we near the end of our teaching series, we explore the historical twists that the Supper has made, and learn what we can take from each of their names. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Mosaic Midweek, October 29, 2021 | Maybe one of the more difficult tasks in our current world is being attentive to each other. We talk about what attractive community feels like, and how the task of being present is much more than being in close proximity. For more information about our church, please visit online at www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
Sermon from Sunday, October 17, 2021 | When we consider the Lord’s Supper, we cannot consider it outside the context of family relationships. In this teaching, we explore what it means to eat together as a church. For more information about our church, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Mosaic Midweek: October 13, 2021 | Wes and Zeru tackle the topic of memorials. What are they in the church, and what does the presence of God actually taste like at the meal? For more information about our church, visit www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, October 3, 2021 | As we move through the Lord's Supper, we are hit with the actual elements: the bread and wine. This week, the meal begins to take shape as we eat a meal that does much more than jar our memory; it invites us into God's presence. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosiacknox.org/…
 
Sermon from Sunday, September 19, 2021. This week we look at the Last Supper. What actually transpired at the final Passover? What made it so strange for the early disciples, and what does it say to us today. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Wes and Zeru talk through some practical application between how we might currently practice the table more as an altar, and how it should be a place of celebration, rather than a place of penance.โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, September 5, 2021. We typically think of the altar and the table as the same; but they are not. So what do sacrifices, altars and covenants have to do with a meal? This week we explore how what is established in the sacrifice is experienced at the table. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
In this week’s Mosaic Midweek, Wes and Zeru discuss their personal interactions with the Lord’s Supper, and why now is a critical time to re-imagine how we practice this ancient rhythm.โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, August 22, 2021. We are beginning a new chapter in our church, as we learn the practice of the Lord’s Supper. From Genesis to Revelation, we see this simple premise: we were designed to enjoy a meal in the presence of God. This fall, we'll be learning what the Bible has to say about communion, and how we can practice an ancient …
 
August 8, 2021 | Sermon | If we are to be a people of the Book, and for our neighbor, we must ask the question: What kind of church does our neighborhood need? Romans 8 provides clarity to the type of Christian, and the type of church, that will impact our community. For more information about Mosaic, please visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/…
 
June 27, 2021 | Sermon | In this last sermon of our Formation series, Wes Mills describes one of the aspirations of our church — to be an intercultural expression of the kingdom on earth. How might we become a church that both reflects our current community and our coming one?โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sunday, June 13, 2021 | As citizens of a coming kingdom, we believe a perfectly just world is our future, with a perfect Judge. But how do we live as citizens on earth in light of this coming reality? For more information about Mosaic, please visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
What does it mean to practice hospitality, and how do we become hospitable? In this episode, we look at some simple steps in the journey of opening your home and heart. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
One of the more outrageous acts of mercy is Jesus’ invitation of hospitality. Jesus offers us a seat at his table, and that inevitably compels us to offer ours up. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website: www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
How do we take small, intentional steps where our lives begin to intersect with the lives of those on the margins? We take a look at one personal practice, and one invitational prayer in this episode. For more information about Mosaic, please visit our website at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Continuing on in our Formation series, we discovers that as followers of Jesus, we are committed to the margins of our community, because God is committed to them. In fact, in a surprising turn of events, it is in the the poor and outcast where we actually find God. Wes Mills preaches this sermon on May 16, 2021. For more information about Mosaic, …
 
We continue on in our Formation series with the theme of generosity. Our aim is to fight against the spirit of the age that is consumed with the idol of more. For more information about Mosaic, visit our website www.mosaicknox.org.โดย Mosaic Knox
 
What does it tangibly look like to be sent into your neighborhood? This week we share a story of how a sports hobby got transformed into a kingdom opportunity. For more information about Mosaic, please visit our website: www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
Ben Walls, Mosaic's church resident, preaches this week. Since we come together as a family, as a city, and as a body we do not leave the work for others to do; instead, we go, and we do. We believe that we are qualified in His good news that whatever the way of Jesus may bring we will be ready for how dirty our hands may get. For more information …
 
For followers of Jesus, Easter is not the end of the saga — it’s actually the beginning. What started in a garden in Genesis 1 is re-birthed in another garden in the middle of history. For more information about Mosaic, you can visit us online at www.mosaicknox.org/โดย Mosaic Knox
 
Engaging with lost people fan feel daunting and overwhelming. What are some ways we can posture our heart, more as people who are our friends, and not projects to be fixed? In this episode, we explore some practical ways to talk to our lost friends meaningfully.โดย Mosaic Knox
 
What is arguably the most intimidating aspect to discipleship to Jesus can actually be simple if we merely pay attention to where we live, work and play. This week we hear stories from our community about how evangelism is more something you are rather than something you do. Kathryn & Brady Evans, James & Lauren Anderson, and Sarah Grace Mills shar…
 
Sermon from Sunday, March 7, 2021. In part 3 of our formation series, Wes Mills talks about the implications of Jesus's teaching on the family of God. He walks through how community is essential to followers of Jesus. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
Sermon from Sunday, February 21, 2021. In Part 2 of our Formation Series, we dive into prayer. Wes Mills, lead pastor of Mosaic, takes a deeper dive into one of the most fundamental practices to following Jesus. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
In Part 1 of our Formation Series, we dive into the story and library of Scripture. Wes Mills outlines the idea that scripture is a both a window and mirror to believers. For more information about Mosaic, visit us online at www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
Spring Vision Series: "A Mission for our Family." Wes Mills, lead pastor of Mosaic Knox, walks through Mosaic's 4 key principles that will define our church family. For more information about Mosaic, our spring events, and how to get involved in our church, please visit www.mosaicknox.orgโดย Mosaic Knox
 
Spring Vision Series: "A Neighborhood Renewed by Jesus" Wes Mills, lead pastor of Mosaic Knox, walks through Mosaic's vision for 2021. He lays out three desires we have for the neighborhood. For more information about Mosaic, our spring events, and how to get involved in our church, please visit www.mosaicknox.org.…
 
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