Russ Whitfield

[Video] Advent 2014: Getting In Step With God’s Kingdom

Ferguson: Fruitful Dialogue

By this time, many local churches are in the process of creating discussion forums surrounding the events of Ferguson. As my team at Grace Mosaic is working to host one […]

Ferguson: A Way Forward

You may be having a difficult time understanding the reaction of many people of color (and white allies) to the news of recent Ferguson outcomes. Maybe you are even a […]

Question: What’s the relationship between fear and financial planning?

This past Sunday, we began our series on fear. In our Q&A time, a good question was asked: How do you find the balance between not being afraid of something, but […]

Ferguson and Your Local Church: A Plea for Building Cross-Cultural Community (Pt. 2)

(This is the second post of a series. See the first essay addressed to Church members to get up to speed.) To my fellow Pastors… As a fellow co-laborer, I […]

Ferguson & Your Church: A Plea for Building Cross-Cultural Community (Pt. 1)

  The whole world is following the tragic events that have unfolded in Ferguson, MO. Yet another young man has died, due in part to the suspicions raised by his […]

(Video) Advent: God Get’s His Family Back

Advent: The King Moves In

Advent: Looking Back, Looking Forward

We have officially entered one of the most significant seasons in the Christian calendar: Advent. For the next few weeks we would like to share some reflections on how this […]

Welcome to Grace Mosaic!

We are excited to announce the launch of our new video blog! We hope that it is helpful and informative for getting to know our community and what we are […]

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