The Mission Made Possible as God’s Church.

Published January 30, 2024

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The Mission Made Possible as God’s Church.

As we’re off to a racing 2024, allow me the opportunity to wrap up the spectacular ride of 2023 that was “December to Remember”, all tied up with a big, shiny red bow. 🎁

Our December journey began at Mosaic Church Austin for Mosaic KIDCONa thrilling three-day adventure for elementary-aged kids. 

The theme, “Power-Up: A Call to Courage,” highlighted Old Testament stories of bravery, empowering the youth to understand that God continues to write courageous stories in the lives of His people.

Check out this year’s Mosaic KIDCON recap video.

Back in Fort Worth, we focused on Mosaic’s third value of Mission. Our mission in December explored how God’s broader mission through the church aligns with our daily mission to live for Him, using Acts 17:16-34 as our guide.

One of the ways God led us to live in and on a mission as a local church that is making a positive difference in the community is through something we like to call Project Christmasextending generosity to bring joy to neighbors near and far as we share the love of our God.

In our inaugural year, God moved the hearts of our local church to raise and gift $1,000 in assorted gift cards to show appreciation to Fort Worth teachers and FWISD’s Parent Partnerships department.

While it was good to generously live as the early Church of Acts did to bless their community, our Christmas Eve Candlelight Service was one of the most memorable gifts to remember this December.

We celebrate Jesus with amazing songs, a message from Luke 2 about how the unexpected interruption and invitation of the arrival forever impact our world, and, of course, the timeless tradition of singing Silent Night by candlelight.

And speaking of impact, what an impactful 2023 it’s been for our local church making a lasting difference—placing one foot in the community and one foot on the campus in Fort Worth, continuing God’s mission as the church. 

2023 Recap :: The Invitation – Pastor Alvin Brown [December 31, 2023]

As we’re one month into the new year, we express our deepest gratitude for your prayers, contributions, and unwavering support to make disciples of Jesus.  

THANK YOU so much for laboring alongside us, carrying the good news of Jesus to Fort Worth and beyond, and making a lasting impact on the kingdom of God. 

May your 2023 have ended well, and may 2024 be a fantastic start!

Cheers, and all the more blessings to what’s ahead!

God bless,
Pastor Alvin & Mallary Brown ::

P.S. Invite a friend, family, coworker, or neighbor to the upcoming events (text for the address):

Community Dinner/Hangout
Food, Fun, Friends, and Family at the Brown’s House
Sunday, Feb. 18th @ 5 pm

Community Dinner/Hangout
Food, Fun, Friends, and Family at the Brown’s House
Sunday, Mar. 17th @ 5 pm

In 2023, we witnessed God do incredible things throughout our Every Nation global family of churches. We’re grateful for the call and mission that God has given us and our greater spiritual family. 

General Prayer Requests & Updates

For evangelism to flourish so communities and campuses in the greater Fort Worth area will be reached, and the lost will see and experience the love of Christ and be drawn to his kingdom.

For signs and wonders to follow the preaching of His Word.

For team unity and laborers to help carry the load.

For finances and provisions.

For fully funded campus missionaries (2 per campus) to help reach the next generation — Texas Christian University (TCU), Dallas Baptist University (DBU), University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), Tarrant County College (TCC), Texas Wesleyan University (TWU) and Tarleton State University – Fort Worth (TSU).

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