Movement: #cantstopwontstop

  • Caught Between the Wind and the Word

    Paul Shipwrecked In Malta (Acts 27)

  • Acts: The Movement (Acts 19) - Rafael Estrella

    "We can´t face the evil spirit with someone else´s faith."

    This message was presented on May 27th, 2018 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus. Learn more about our mission at http://mosaicchurch.net.

  • Acts: The Movement (Acts 18) - Harry Li

    "If God puts a calling on your heart, it will be felt by all involved partners."

    This message was presented on May 20th, 2018 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus. Learn more about our mission at http://mosaicchurch.net.

  • Acts: The Movement (Acts 17) - Mark DeYmaz

    "Intention. Incite. Insight. Three qualities needed for spreading the gospel."

    This message was presented on May 13th, 2018 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus. Learn more about our mission at http://mosaicchurch.net.

  • You've Got The Moves | Acts: The Movement (Acts 16) - Alex Diaz

    "Growth doesn’t come from knowledge. It comes from pain."

    This message was presented on May 6th, 2018 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus. Learn more about our mission at http://mosaicchurch.net.

  • Acts: The Movement (Acts 15) - Oneya Okuwobi

    "Sometimes the road to unity leads through conflict."

  • Holy Momentum - Acts 14

    "Holy momentum attracts opposition, but it thrives with power and proclamation."

  • Acts: The Movement - Mark DeYmaz

    "Your encounters and experiences with Him will show that He is alive!"

  • "The biblical vision is that our difference will unite us as one. That means people should be able to look at the church and its people and see that God must be real!"

  • Acts 13: 1-12 (The Movement)

    Pastor Mark DeYmaz continues the study of the Book of Acts, titled 'The Movement - #cantstopwontstop.' The heart of the message was the revelation hat it is God’s gift that allows us the means to step out of the darkness and God’s love that allows us to freely walk in the light.

  • Conway campus pastor Chuck Eastman continues the #cantstopwontstop message of the growth of the church in the book of Acts. He teaches from Acts 12, with a message stating you cannot serve Christ and seek the approval of others. Walking the pathway of a people pleaser is not the road that God wants His church or you to follow.

  • Redefine The Name (Acts 11:19ff)

    Pastor Alex Diaz walks us through the bulk of Chapter 11 of the book of Acts with a message titled 'Redefine The Name.' In this message, he teaches that without utter dependence on the Holy Spirit, we cannot move forward toward the purpose of the Lord for our lives.

  • God's Work Is Supernatural (Acts 11)

    Pastor Dele Okuwobi continues or series through the books of Acts titled Movement/#cantstopwontstop with a reminder of the supernatural nature of our being. We live in a natural world, but witness the work of God everyday that is very much supernatural. It is impossible for any man to take credit for the work of God.

  • Pastor Harry Li continues the study of Acts, finishing Chapter 10 and opening Chapter 11. This week's sermon is a reminder of the human nature of partiality, a trait that God himself does not possess. Partiality allows us to be led by our bias when given and assignment by God. It takes the Holy Spirit and many years, maybe even a full lifetime, to work partially out of our thinking.

  • Those People

    Pastor Alex Diaz takes us back into the verse-by-verse study of the books of Acts, taking on Chapter 10. This sermon is directed as the treatment of ‘those people,’ delving deep into the practice of benevolent prejudice. The twist is that we are actually those people, and that Christ’s ultimate sacrifice was for all of us.

  • Acts: The Movement - Chuck Eastman

    Conway Campus Pastor Chuck Eastman return to the series on the study of the Book of Acts, which we are calling ‘The Movement.’ In this sermon, he teaches that all paths for those called by God and committed to a life to be lived for His fame and glory result in making Christ known to those who do not know Him, ultimately asking the question, can we lean into what God has declared over our lives?

  • The Multiplying Church

    In this last half of Acts 9, Pastor Harry describes the conditions by which the early church multiplied. God’s work in Paul along with some miraculous healings led to significant growth of the church. In this message, Carson and Ariel Harper describe their own miraculous story of God’s deep work in their lives and marriage that mirror many of the characteristics of Paul’s own conversion. This message was presented on June 4, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Acts 9:1-19

    Saul is the biggest enemy of the Church and is striking fear into the hearts of those who follow Jesus. But God has plans for Saul he doesn't yet know, and God wakes him up to the reality of His true purpose on Earth. This message was presented on May 28, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • The Spirit is Speaking: Acts 8:26-40

    After a very special word of encouragement, blessing, and appreciation to and for women (rooted in understanding Eve not so much as a temptress but as a woman), Pastor Mark provides unique and powerful exegetical insight as to just what happened and why in discussing Philip's encounter with the Ethiopian eunuch in Acts 8. In this message, you'll learn what Luke meant in referencing "an angel of the Lord" (8:26), how a definite article (the) can clarify meaning, and what such things mean for us today. Indeed, the Movement continues to spread...though not without challenges that must be overcome, and not without people willing to hear and heed the Spirit today as in the days of old. This message was presented on May 14, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Bring it On!: The Power of God in the Midst of Persecution

    If you have ever gone through a season of pain, discomfort, problems, or even persecution, you are not alone! The first Christ followers were recipients of many obstacles, yet they went beyond surviving to thriving. How can a group of people use trials as a catalyst for growth? Watch this message as Pastor Alex Diaz unpacks the answer to that question in a way that is relevant to our church and our individual lives, in this message entitled: "Bring It On!", based on Acts chapter 8. This message was presented on May 7, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Control is an Illusion

    In this installment of Movement: #cantstopwontstop, Pastor Harry Li covers Acts 6 & 7 and speaks to the fact that "Control is an Illusion". This message was presented on April 30, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Acts 6

    In this message, our special guest Dmitri Poliakoff uses the first half of Acts 6 as a backdrop for his testimony. Dmitri and his wife, Anya, were art restorers in St. Petersburg. Both were drawn to know the stories behind the paintings of the great orthodox churches in St. Petersburg, but had no Bible ... until God caused the same missionary to cross paths with Dmitri on three separate times in a same city of millions! This message was presented on April 23, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • The Movement: Can't Stop Won't Stop

    The Move of God found in Acts faced opposition from the Sanhedrin Council. God sends provision to release them from jail. God really shows us in His word that His move #cantstopwontstop. This message was presented on March 26, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Hypocrisy 101

    In this sermon, Pastor Harry Li discusses the first incident coming from within the birthing church of deceit by hypocrisy performed by Ananias and Saphira. He talks about the temptation from the tempter, our flesh’s propensity to pump itself up and the devastating effects of our pretense on our own walks. Christ came to provide us with the grace-filled option that can turn one from hypocrite to authentic in a matter of seconds! This message was presented on March 19, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Movements are Built on Why (Acts 4)

    In this message, Pastor Mark overviews Simon Sinek's teaching on "the what, how, and why," and applies it not only to the New Testament church at Jerusalem, but Mosaic Church in Little Rock, as well. As he explains, it takes more than words to move the hearts and minds of people in a cynical society; it is incumbent upon any church, then, to advance good works in their local communities along spiritual, social, and financial fronts. As Jesus said in Matthew 5:16, it's not good words or theology, but good works that glorify our Father in heaven. This message was presented on March 12, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • God Uses The Seemingly Insignificant In Significant Ways (Acts 3)

    In this sermon, Pastors Harry Li and Cai Lane (Student Ministries) discuss how God used the lame man in Acts 3 to propel the birth of the church forward. The gospel is presented in Peter’s sermon in such a way that proves the timeless truths of scripture apply today as powerfully as they did 2000 years ago. Pastor Cai describes how God is using the students in significant ways to propel the Kingdom forward. This message was presented on March 5, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • The Power of Us (Acts 2:22-47)

    In Acts 1:8, the promise of the Holy Spirit and subsequent power available to believers is not only for us, individually, but for us, collectively: the church. What is required of us, then, to advance Movement today; that is, a credible witness of the Gospel in an increasingly diverse and cynical society? In this message, Pastor Mark shares three requirements of just such a church. In addition, he provides an outstanding overview of the Book of Acts, explains the heart and context of Luke's writing, as well as how the church at Jerusalem informs us today. This message was presented on February 19, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Movement: Extraordinary Broadcast

    Did you know you can have a new purpose and destiny as a broadcaster for the rest of your life? The Book of Acts shows us how a small band of Christ-followers received power and direction from the Holy Spirit, in a way that redefined their lives, and it can redefine ours as well. Check out part two of our series called "Movement: Extraordinary Broadcast," taught by Pastor Alex Diaz. This message was presented on February 12, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • #cantstopwontstop

    In order to have a powerful life, we need a powerful source. As we begin this series on the Book of Acts, we can learn how the first Christ-followers lived such powerful lives for an eternal reason, in a way that still has repercussions today and is available to all who follow Jesus. Check out this teaching by Pastor Alex Diaz called #cantstopwontstop. This message was presented on February 5, 2017 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.