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Pastor's Weekly Update

Fossils, Fellowship & Fetuses

Posted by John Repsold on

  Okay, so the heading for this email may sound like a bit of an alliterated stretch.  But the truth is that the information I have to share this week touches on all of those three “F”s.  So here we go. Fossils:  Have you ever wondered how ancient fossils fit...

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Tags: sermon series, 40 days for life, creation conference, church fellowship

The Best Time of the Year

Posted by John Repsold on

We’re moving into one of the best times of the year in our Mosaic Fellowship calendar—Missions May! For the next three weekends, we’ll be hearing from some of the most amazing people on the planet—missionaries.  And the ones we have slated to speak are the...

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Tags: missions, national day of prayer

Bloomsday & Beyond

Posted by John Repsold on

With Bloomsday happening this weekend, there are a few adjustments we want to make you aware of…as well as a whole lot of other information you’ll need as we move into May.  So here we go! Bloomsday Weekend:  Both Saturday and Sunday service times will stay the same...

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Great Weekend

Posted by John Repsold on

Integrity…we all wrestle with it at some level.  And it is one of the most important essential qualities of healthy relationships, be it with God or people.  That’s why Pastor Andrew will be guiding us into God’s word this weekend about that very...

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Tags: discipleship, family, children, men, parents, integrity

A Time to be Born and a Time to Die…and Everything in Between

Posted by John Repsold on

  Life seems to stack up the good with the bad, new life with sudden death, health with sickness…and so much more.  This week has been filled with all of that.  Romans 12:15 commands us to “Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn.”  So...

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Tags: events, life, sorrow, death, rejoicing

How Timely!

Posted by John Repsold on

As God would have it, we find ourselves in a passage of Scripture this week (Romans 13:1-7) that could not be more timely to the challenges the church in America and around the world is facing:  how to relate to ever-changing governmental edicts coming as a result of the Covid-19...

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Tags: church, submission, government, civil disobedience, covid-19

Amazing Faith

Posted by John Repsold on

The last six weeks have been quite a faith journey for Mosaic!  Six weeks ago we began our first world missions conference.  We caught more of God’s heart for our lost world and got to know the wonderful hearts of our own missionaries.  Then it was our turn.  Starting...

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Tags: prayer, faith, missions, men, giving, breakfasdt

So NOW what?

Posted by John Repsold on

As we move into this weekend, I want to encourage you to do a little “prep work” to your worship.  Last weekend we wrapped up our 1st annual Missions Conference by asking the question, “So NOW what?”  “What’s God asking each of US to do individually...

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Tags: worship, faith, missions, giving, commitment

What A Weekend!

Posted by John Repsold on

Some days are more consequential than others.  This Saturday and Sunday are two of those days. Tomorrow, from 3:00-5:00 p.m., we’ll be hosting our downtown neighborhood in our parking lot.  PRAISE IN THE PARKING LOT is our opportunity as a church family to share a meal with our...

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Tags: service times, hospitality, baptisms, hosts, summer schedule, praise in the parking lot

What Would Be Different?

Posted by John Repsold on

How would your life, mine and the life of Mosaic be different if God took back the Holy Spirit from our souls?  Hopefully it would feel like the worst death of a loved-one we could ever experience.  Hopefully Mosaic would cease to exist…or we would become a people who cried out...

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