Mosaix network now official

Looks like Mosaix Global Network is gaining momentum and had just formed as an 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Just got word of this press release from Jim Spoonts:


Twenty-five multi-ethnic church pastors, educators, and investors from eleven states met at the Lazy J Ranch outside of Dallas November 7-9, 2007, to formally commission the establishment of the Mosaix Global Network (MGN) as a 501c3 non-profit entity in early 2008. The move seeks to build upon the growing relational connections fostered by MGN over the past three years of its informal existence.

In making the move, a “Founders Council,” representing partner churches making initial financial commitments, agreed to appoint an Executive Board to oversee the formation of the new entity. The board includes Pastor Mark DeYmaz, Dr George Yancey, Dr Willie Peterson and Executive Director Jim Spoonts.

For more information on Mosaix Global Network, see

I’d imagine they’ll use the new Mark DeYmaz book as a play book: Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church. I met most of the leadership team this summer, great people! Really love what they’re doing to connect and equip churches to learn from each other in serving more people everywhere.

Building a Healthy Multi-Ethnic Church

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  1. Troy Maxwell says:

    I pastor a church in Charlotte, NC. We have approximately 23 nations right now in our church. I would love to hear more of the conversation. Was any recorded? Thanks.

  2. djchuang says:

    I don’t think the above mentioned November 2007 meeting would be recorded. But some of their recent regional conferences may have recordings. I know of a CD recording of the 2 plenary sessions from the Mosaix conference in Houston on Oct 3 2007; please contact Pastor Ed Lee at Mosaic Community Covenant Church to request a copy — and mention that DJ Chuang referred you.

  3. Daniel Young says:

    Hey Troy,

    The Dallas conversation should have been recorded. You can contact Jim Spoonts for info at [email protected].