Fellowship of Mosaics Fundraising Campaign
Organized by: Stephen Moon
We feel there is a great need for sympathy among the Mosaics (aka Millennials or Gen Y), who learn what Christian market researcher George Barna has called context-free or “cut-and-paste” morality—“whatever works”—from their Internet experiences. So Barna says today’s young people are “very mosaic.”
In our own deep interactions with Mosaics, we have noticed there’s a tendency for them to feel adrift and a lack of meaning in their lives. Wars are fought off the stage of their lives and there are many cushions to help them deal with economic difficulties. Past generations of young people had many reasons to gather together. But for Mosaics it can be an isolating and confusing experience sitting alone in front of a computer monitor and typing on a keyboard rather than interacting with other human beings. Individuals who are pieces of the Mosaic Generation struggle to find connections.
Through gathering in spirit to worship and share the sacraments and Word of God and Jesus Christ, we hope to provide members of the Mosaic Generation with meaning and purpose in their lives. In this way we will help carry out God’s mission and transform the world of the Mosaics.
As we share authentic relationships with our Mosaic brothers and sisters, we will build trust and a permanent sense of belonging that will be accountable to their rigorous questing and questioning minds.
Please pray and pledge the financial gifts for this important ministry!
Pastor Stephen & Grace Moon, www.nextg.org