Global Mission

Making Redemption Known Through Justice and Mercy

PASTORS & STAFF

Photo of Gabriel Forsyth
Gabriel Forsyth
Mission Pastor
gabef@thisismosaic.org
Photo of Justin Neal
Justin Neal
Young Adults & Mission
justinn@thisismosaic.org
Photo of Hunter Wells
Hunter Wells
Mission Trip Coordinator
hunterw@thisismosaic.org
Photo of Angela Gonzalez
Angela Gonzalez
Love Made Visible Coordinator
angelag@lovemadevisible.com

How we live on mission globally

We want to make a real felt impact in communities around the world. We want to be a movement that is making redemption known, making disciples, and planting gospel-centered churches. We want to be involved in ministry that is gospel-centered and holistic, meaning it is about making redemption known through good deeds (justice & mercy), good news (evangelism & discipleship). We believe that church planting is essential to the mission of transforming a community or city.

We support two kinds of Partnerships:

  1. Justice & Mercy Partnerships
  2. Church Planting Partnerships

What are Justice & Mercy Partnerships? 

We partner with missional organizations already doing ministry that is gospel-centered and holistic, and we look for opportunities to send and support those who are called to serve in areas of justice & mercy around the world. Areas of biblical justice and mercy include issues like orphan care, poverty alleviation, and abolition of human trafficking. This is an essential part of making the gospel known to our world.

Currently, we are supporting and partnered with the following global mission partnerships (pictures coming soon):

Terry and Jeannie Hilliard
Cape Town, South Africa
Hope Africa Collective

Brandon and Natasha Butler
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Agape International Missions

 

Orphan Care (Local and Global) 
Central Florida and Ethiopia
Love Made Visible

 

Imagine a movement of people living in response to the good news of the gospel. A movement of people living on mission with God – moving toward the lost and the broken, pursuing the unreached among our neighbors, the nations and the marginalized.

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