Dear Mosaic Family ,This week, I got back from a trip to Eastern Europe where I was able to share God's Word, encourage pastors and missionaries, and make some incredible ministry connections, in particular at an orphanage in St. Petersburg, Russia. Though the trip was great, I missed all of you terribly and can't wait to worship with you tomorrow!
At the beginning of tomorrow's sermon, I'm going to take a look at what the Lord has done in and through Mosaic Boston, and also cast vision for all I long for the Lord to do in and through us in 2016. 2015 was an incredible year for our church body! In many ways, it was the greatest year to date, in terms of quantifiable growth. In order to be good stewards of God's grace upon us, we need to be aware of this growth, and make wise decisions moving forward, in order to fulfill the ministry Jesus has entrusted to us.
Furthermore, we're launching a new sermon series tomorrow, through the phenomenal book of Titus. We're entitling the series "Boot Camp and Battlefields." The big idea of Titus is found in Titus 2:11, "For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation for all people, training us to renounce ungodliness..." The grace of God is given to us to train us. We are to be Christians who are in constant training to lead the lives we are called to live.
Join us this tomorrow as we celebrate all the Lord has done in 2015, pray for the Lord to move powerfully amongst us in 2016, and resolve to fight the good fight of faith.
God Bless, Pastor Jan
Every Sunday, Mosaic holds a youth group gathering during the 11:15 service. If you know anyone looking for a youth group, let them know!
Changes to Evening Service In order to simplify our set-up/tear-down process and provide more room for our evening service, we’re moving it to the Temple Ohabei Shalom this Sundayand changing the time to 5pm.
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