Things That Make You Go Hmm...

  • Spiritual Warfare

    In this concluding message for "Things That Make You Go Hmm,” Pastor Harry covers the topic of spiritual warfare, using the examples of Job and Paul to form a framework of God’s ability to bring glory to Himself even in the midst of a concerted attack from the enemy. He also uses Ephesians 6 as the methodology that God has provided us for fighting in this important battle. This message was presented on August 7, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Let Heaven Shine Through You

    Have you ever wondered what happens after we die? Or, have you had questions about heaven that have remained unanswered? If so, check out this teaching where we dive into the Scriptures to find out what Jesus says about it, and the amazing implications it can have in our lives today. This message was presented on July 31, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering

    C. S. Lewis famously said that pain raises almost intolerable intellectual questions. "Where is God in my pain?" "Why is God not stopping this from happening?" This message tries to help us see that pain is evil but in an amazing way God uses it to work in our lives to reconnect people to the beauty and glory of Jesus as our greatest treasure. This message was presented on July 24, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Orthodoxy, Denominations & Cults

    As we continue with our summer series, "Things That Make You Go Hmm," Phil Fletcher delves into the subject of Orthodoxy, Denominations and Cults. This message was presented on July 17, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • A Better Way to...Sex

    "What does God think about sex?" "Is sex outside of marriage wrong?" "Does God really care about my sex life?" If you've ever pondered these questions, this message is for you! These and other questions are addressed from a biblical perspective by Pastor Alex Diaz in this installment of our series "Things That Make You Go Hmm." This message was presented on July 3, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Embracing the Tension

    In this fourth of four messages (since 2012; see below for links) considering biblical teaching, timeless principles, and Christian community in regard to those identifying as LGBT, Dr. Mark DeYmaz challenges us to think more deeply, speak with civility, and walk in humility in order to advance a credible and compelling witness of God's love for all people, the Gospel of Jesus Christ, in an increasingly diverse and cynical society. In very practical terms, Pastor Mark outlines presuppositions, speaks to complexities, addresses interpretive models, and answers specific questions related to individual believers and the collective body of Christ at Mosaic, such as: can those identifying as LGBT be members of the church, be married by the church, serve in the church, and more. NOTE: each of the four messages Pastor Mark has preached have been extremely well received by both those identifying as LGBT and straight, Christians and non Christians, alike. Previous messages should be listened to in the following order: Romans 1:18-32 (part I) http://www.vimeo.com/32089981; Romans 1:18-32 (part II) http://www.vimeo.com/32630198; I Timothy 1:5-17 (part I) http://www.vimeo.com/97734167. This message was presented on June 26, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • A Father's Day Story of Redemption

    In this message, guest speaker Amos Gray (former Mosaic Student Pastor), shares his powerful life story of salvation and redemption. Raised without a dad, Amos pursued all the things of this world that resulted in him realizing that he had become just like the dad that was absent in his life. Desperation led him into the arms of our loving Lord, who has turned this seemingly sad story into one of redemption and great hope. This message was presented on June 19, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Alive and Powerful

    "Is the Bible reliable?" "Who put together the books of the Old and New Testaments?" "Is there evidence of divine authorship, or is it made by human efforts alone?" If you've ever wanted an answer for these questions, watch as Pastor Alex Diaz provides answers with supported evidence in this next installment of our series "Things That Make You Go 'Hmm'." This message was presented on June 12, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • Why We Teach and Preach The Way We Do: A Theology of Change

    In this message, Pastor Harry Li opens our “Things That Make You Go Hmm’” series with a foundational perspective on how and why we teach the way we do. Wrapped around the topic of change, Pastor Harry discusses our worldview, our view of God and each other and who’s responsible for doing the work of sanctification in us. This message was presented on June 5, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.