While We Wait

Last week Pastor Mike Park from Grace Downtown visited Grace Mosaic to preach the Word. Mike preached out of Numbers 11:4-6, 10-15. It was a short passage that showed the […]

Know. Be. Do.

Know. Be. Do. For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Travis Drake. I’m the new Seminary Fellow for Grace Mosaic. Both my wife (Esther) and I are so […]

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 […]

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 […]

Jesus's crown of thorns

Jesus who gave it all

A powerful list of Christ’s love and work for us all — may this news burn in our hearts. “That Christ should love man when he was most unlovely, that […]

What is Grace?

One of the often used words around a church is the word “grace.” This word is used in many ways and sometimes said with little recognition to how grand the […]

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

Advent: The King Moves In

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