Hope for All is the theme of Mosaix’ 4th National Multiethnic Church Conference.
Ed Stetzer: "The majority of believers are comfortable with the level (or lack) of diversity that exists in their church."
"Our first action before reaching for Twitter or Facebook should be to prayerfully reflect on the causes behind these reactions."
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Leaders call for a reformation of unity and diversity.
Ed Stetzer: "While cities are an excellent place for gospel advancement, urban ministry is not without its challenges."
“When People Begin to Understand the Perfect Love of God, It Spreads Out From Heart to Church to City, Patiently Healing.”
Efrem Smith: "The churches that are doing the best in our conference in engaging their surrounding community are the ones who value a cause more than their Sunday morning worship."
“Our sanctuaries reflect our dinner tables. So if you want a diverse sanctuary, then you have to have hundreds of diverse dinner tables.”
"As Christians, when we engage in these sorts of relationships and conversations, we bring Jesus with us to a literal table."