On December 25, 2016, our founding pastor, Mark DeYmaz, was featured in the High Profile section of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette. Thanks to the ADM, its readers, and to others for your interest in Mark, and in the people and passion of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas. Mosaic is the region's most diverse church where men and women from more than 25 nations, together with significant percentages of African Americans and whites, walk, work, and worship God together as one. Read the article.
Books by Mark DeYmaz
What People Are Saying
How will the post-pandemic church pay the bills? • Jonathan Merritt, Religion News Service, March 2020
The Church as a Benevolent Owner-Part II • Outreach magazine, February 2020
The Sustainable American Church-Part I • Outreach magazine, February 2020
American church has ‘zero credibility’ in addressing ‘greatest issues of our time,’ Mark DeYmaz warns • The Christian Post, May 2019
Mosaic Church celebrates its 15th anniversary • Arkansas Times, July 2016
Mosaic Church: a Faith that Works• Only in Arkansas, December 2015
UALR area's fans aim to revive it • Arkansas Democrat Gazette, July 2015
Mosaic Church's Mark and Linda DeYmaz on Social and Spiritual Transformation • Little Rock Family, March 2015
Segregation and the Church: From Where We've Come • Christianity Today, January 2015
Multi-ethnic Churches Lament America's Racial Injustice • TIME, August 2014
Evangelicals and Politics: Championing Political Positions as if Written in Stone Hurting Church's Purpose • The Christian Post, July 2014
The Zimmerman Case and the Credibility of the Church on Racism • The Christian Post, July 2013
Churches open doors to all • USA Today, September 2012
Churches struggle to meld cultures in an era of diversity • Washington Post, March 2010
Diverse By Design • Christianity Today, Summer 2008
The World Comes to Georgia, and an Old Church Adapts • New York Times, September 2007
Big Dream in Little Rock • Christianity Today, April 2005
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