Mosaix Global Network

The formal partnership between Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s (Charlotte) Center for the Development of Evangelical Leadership (CDEL) and the Mosaix Global Network establishes Gordon-Conwell Charlotte as the premier center for conferencing, coaching, consulting, and resources for multi-ethnic church leadership and leadership in a multi-ethnic context.  

The Mosaix Global Network exists to encourage relationships among those leading in multi-ethnic churches, while preserving the history and theology which yields to the cultivation of healthy multi-ethnic and economically diverse churches. Whereas authentic community cannot be measured by quantitative analysis, Mosaix promotes the vision of seeing 20% of local churches achieve 20% diversity by 2020.

Official Website:  Twitter:  @mosaix 

Co-Founder & Executive Director, Mosaix Global Network

Dr. Mark DeYmaz is the founding pastor of Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, multi-ethnic and economically diverse church where more than 30 nations worship God together. Mark graduated from Liberty University, Western Seminary (M.A. Exegetical Theology) and Phoenix Seminary (D.Min). As a recognized leader in the emerging Multi-ethnic Church Movement, Mark has extended his influence as the author of Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church: Mandate, Commitments, and Practices of a Diverse Congregation (Jossey-Bass/Leadership Network, 2007) and Leading a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church: Seven Common Challenges and How to Overcome Them (Zondervan/Leadership Network, 2013). His latest resource, The Multi-Ethnic Christian Life Primer is a devotional and small group study on multi-ethnic life.

Connect with Mark through his official website: or Twitter: @markdeymaz