Building Meaningful Relationships in Community and on Campus

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The Brown family has been making waves in the Fort Worth community in our call and mission from God to plant Mosaic Church Fort Worth.

From hosting community dinners to leading Bible studies, we have been busy connecting with people and spreading the good news of Jesus.

In February, we celebrated Mallary’s 40th birthday with a fun day of food and an escape room adventure.

We have also been actively making connections on the Texas Christian University (TCU) campus, where we hope to start a student-led Bible study soon.

One of the most exciting updates is that Joya, a TCU freshman, has already led three young ladies through One2One, resulting in a move of the Holy Spirit and them giving their lives to Christ. We are excited to see what other opportunities for spiritual awakening will arise among the greater student body on TCU’s campus.

Isaiah, Ella, Joya, and Alvin catch up at Common Grounds Coffee Shop near TCU Campus.

In addition to reaching the TCU campus, we are also connecting with their new community through bi-weekly community dinners. These dinners have been well attended and have provided a safe space for new neighbors to connect with one another and build community.

In fact, it made our day to have received the following note from a young married couple with an 18-month old that moved to the neighborhood from Virginia the Thursday before we held a community dinner.

This couple’s parents helped their kids to move to Fort Worth and settle in. The couple and the parents were so grateful for genuine hospitality and all the more to know that their kids were welcomed with open arms into a Christ-centered community.

Recently, we also launched a 12-week Bible study, “Come and See: Exploring the Gospel of John,” which explores the life, teachings, and miracles of Jesus. Through this study, they hope to gain a deeper understanding of who Jesus is and how to respond to him in faith, obedience, and love.

So, if you know of anyone in the Fort Worth area, then invite them to register, and to “come and see” how the Gospel of John reveals the depth of God’s love and grace, and how it can transform their life.

And last but not least, another big announcement is the launching of Mosaic Church Fort Worth’s new website:

This website covers all things Mosaic Church Fort Worth — who we are and why we exist, how to get connected and involved, how to give financially, frequently asked questions, calendar events, and much more…

If you know friends or family in search of a church home in Fort Worth, then please don’t hesitate to share Mosaic’s website.

For now, please continue to partner and pray for the following:

  • A venue to host Easter services
  • A student-lead Bible study to start at TCU
  • A venue to host weekly Sunday services
  • Establishing launch team to help carry ministry load
  • Continued finances and provisions

It goes without saying, but we are grateful for the prayers, encouragement, giving, and support shown to them as they continue to follow God’s call to transform the community and campuses of Fort Worth through the planting of Mosaic Church Fort Worth.

Thank you for your continued support. God Bless!

Warm regards,
The Browns and Mosaic Church Fort Worth

Alvin & Mallary Brown 2021

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Together, let’s make this next year one to remember as we reach even more people with the message of hope and salvation through Jesus.

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