Lit Up

42 min

In this message, Kim McManus wants us to take a look around us and take note of the darkness that still lingers, not just in other parts of the world, but in our own country. Rather than hiding our goodness from our own flesh and blood, she encourages us to keep sharing it to help those in need.

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Having Missional Conversations

Learn a framework that will help you effectively share the gospel with those who don't know Jesus.

Missional Angst

How can we overcome the cultural hostility towards church to gain confidence in sharing our faith?

A Message As Big As The World


Sometimes we don't realize the amount of positive impact our stories can have on others.

We Are Making A Place For You


We need to be willing to go beyond where we’ve been before to reach people far from God.

God At Work | Part 2

How can we become effective witnesses at work without coming across as being weird or off-putting?

Brought To Bring

Brought To Bring

Learn the four key points that can help us share our encounter with Jesus and plant a seed in others.

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Choose to Live

Chasing Daylight | Part 1

We all need to ask ourselves, what choices are we making that will create the future we long for?

Battle Ready | S01 E02

Depression and anxiety are a real struggle for many of us, but it's often overlooked in the church.

Chasing Daylight | Part 5

If we want to seize divine moments, we have to be able to step out of our comfort and take a risk.

Gain Mastery Over Your Mind

To break free of toxic mindsets, we need to first identify the patterns, before renewing the mind.

About this Pastor & Church

Erwin and Kim McManus are lead pastors at MOSAIC in Los Angeles. The name of the church comes from the symbolism of a broken and fragmented humanity which can become a work of beauty under the artful hands of God.

Located In: Los Angeles, Orange County

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