Our blog curates reflections on Christian leadership, spiritual vitality, and cultural engagement. Like fragments of tile or glass, each beautiful and broken on its own, the offerings in this space converge to form a design more beautiful than the sum of its parts.
Through Mosaic, we seek to engage Christian leaders, congregational ministers, and others who care deeply about the church and her mission, matters of faith, and what God is doing in the world.
Our team of contributors writes from a Christian perspective, many from within the Churches of Christ. They enter this space from congregational ministry, the academy, local and global mission contexts, and more. Because of the diversity of our writing team and guest contributors, readers will find writing styles, ecclesial expressions, and theological perspectives that differ from one another and shift over time. This diversity is intentional and, we believe, is one of Mosaic’s greatest strengths!
Mosaic explores three primary areas of focus, or categories:
Church explores myriad aspects of congregational leadership and life in the church. Posts in this category revolve around such matters as pastoral care, conflict and transition management, small church ministry, church mission and vision, Sunday morning worship, and elder-minister-volunteer teams.
Discipleship emphasizes the importance of spiritual health in the life of the leader. This category includes reflections on spiritual vitality and practices, self-awareness and self-care, faith journeys, and theology.
Culture fosters conversation about what it means to live as citizens of God’s kingdom who are also residents of this world. Articles in this category thoughtfully examine our world through the lens of faith, with articles about global awareness, politics, justice, evangelism, current events, and more.