Mosaic Discipleship is a mentor-disciple ministry that seeks to help men and women grow in the faith. In relationships, discipleship ministry pairs up Christians with older Christians to make disciples for the sake of Christ.
"In our journey of discipleship, we must be Intentional, Committed and Personal in our approach."
Without a clear intention or purpose, meetings may dissolve into aimless chatting. Our meetings will revolve around a clear purpose and members are asked to actively participate with all their will.
Commitment is the key to any growth. Upon signing up, we ask each member to sacrificially prioritize weekly meetings.
We commit to one school year of discipleship
Our meetings will be conducted on a one-to-one basis to maximize personal care and nurturing. All things discussed between the partners will be kept confidential.
Format and Approach
Mosaic discipleship follows the school-year schedule. The mentor and disciple meet up and work together from September to May. The frequency is determined by the mentor. After the school year, the mentor prays to decide whether the disciple is prepared and ready to disciple someone else. If ready, the disciple will become a new mentor. If the disciple needs another year, the mentor will continue one more year with the disciple.
Pastor Dave provides guidelines and resources to help mentors decide what teaching and material would be best for each particular mentor and disciple. There are guidelines and resources but there is also flexibility. Each mentor and disciple should decide on the material that is specific to the need of the pairing. Pastor Dave and the other mentors provide support to help all the mentors with theological, spiritual and practical help.
The goal is to make disciples of this nation as Jesus has called us
Mosaic desires to move BEYOND simply gathering people on Sundays for worship
Discipleship is the primary call of the church and this program is one of our ways to finish His Great Commission