We have been encouraged by the interest in our new network with Dave Gibbons, Dan Kimball, and others along with those connecting with the Mosaic Alliance. Here are some responses to some of the most frequently asked questions:
1. What is the difference between the new network and the Mosaic Alliance?
The new network shares the same convictions whereas the Mosaic Alliance shares the same convictions and the same values.
2. Who makes up the new network?
Anyone who shares the same passion for Jesus, Humanity, and Innovation can connect and contribute!
The core and creative teams are made up of friends who have wanted to work more together and invite others to join us in serving, loving, and influencing our world. Some of our names may be familiar and others may not. These are people of influence from business, ministry, and academia.
Now that the temporary website allows for interaction, we will be able to begin to get to know others as well.
3. What is next for the new network?
Currently we are asking for ideas for the name, the website, events, and our future. To register and contribute, go to www.theoriginsproject.org.
Our first event is being hosted by Catalyst in Orange County on April 22nd.
4. Who makes up the Mosaic Alliance?
The Mosaic Alliance is made up of church planters and church leaders from across the world with churches in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and North America.
There are three ways to connect with the Mosaic Alliance. Level one remains free and includes a newsletter, podcasts, and events such as Origins, Ethos, and Yelo. Level two includes Immersion events, an online community, access to more resources, and discounts. Level three churches contribute 5% of their budget towards church planting through any organization or denomination. Levels two and three require an application and administrative fee.
For more details on how to connect with us to create the future go to www.mosaicalliance.com.