myOS

Like all computers and smartphones, Christ followers have an operating system, an OS.

  • myOS: Self-Control

    In this message from Mosaic's Little Rock campus presented on November 30, 2014, Pastor Harry Li uses 1Corinthians 9:24-27, to discover what self-control is, how discipline is related to it and how Christ desires us to train ourselves in it for spiritual growth. Pastor Harry illuminates how the Spirit directs as opposed to our circumstances or some other deep desire.

  • myOS: Gentleness

    In the series based on Galatians 5, Pastor Mark DeYmaz looks at what gentleness is not and then, using selected Scripture texts, explains what it is and how Jesus modeled it perfectly. This message was presented on November 23rd, 2014 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • myOS: Faithfulness

    In the series based on Galatians 5, Pastor Harry Li explores the nature of faithfulness and how it is cultivated in the life of a follower of Jesus. He demonstrates that the road to faithfulness is often lined with failure, hurt and pain. This message was presented on November 16th, 2014 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • myOS: Kindness & Goodness

    Pastor Anthony Hendricks shares how Jesus left us His Spirit, our "OS" (Operating System) when He ascended to heaven. As a result, we have the same Spirit that He had. Pastor Anthony takes a look at an example from Luke, chapter 7 that shows how Jesus extended kindness & goodness to two different types of people! This message was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on November 9, 2014.

  • myOS: Patience

    Pastor Mark DeYmaz addresses a key question: Is God’s hand and blessing tied to the speed of answered prayer? Learn why the one hundred fold promise of prosperity preaching is not constant with biblical teaching, and what patience is as biblically defined. More than this, learn the three ways in which believers must exercise patience, and how to practice patience in your life.

  • myOS: Joy and Peace

    Pastor Harry Li continues the myOS: Walking in the Spirit series by reviewing some of the fundamentals of the flesh, what it is, how it operates and leads to the externally evident deeds of the flesh. He also uses a tree metaphor to discuss how God desires the "root" of these deeds to be transformed by Christ Himself, leading to fruit of the Spirit, including Joy and Peace.

  • myOS - Who is the Holy Spirit?

    Like all computers and smartphones, Christ followers have an operating system, an OS. This particular OS is an essential component of our lives and more specifically, powers our spirit, soul, mind, and body. Apart from this OS, we cannot experience the life of Christ, the blessings of Christ, or be a spiritual blessing to others. This OS, myOS, is the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit and how do we walk in His power? Mark DeYmaz kick's off this series with this message rooted in Galatians 5.