The Origins Project & The Mosaic Alliance: FAQ

Partnerships and networking remain essential to accomplish more in our world.  We have enjoyed some relationships for decades whereas some relationships may have begun more recently.

“To go fast, go alone.  To go far, go together.” – African proverb.  This proverb is true of individuals as well as for a local church or an organization.

Our two main networks include The Origins Project with Dave Gibbons, Dan Kimball, Margaret Feinberg, and many others along with those connecting with the Mosaic Alliance.  Here are some responses to some of the most frequently asked questions:

1.  What is the difference between The Origins Project and the Mosaic Alliance?

Origins shares the same passions whereas the Mosaic Alliance shares the same passions and the same values.

2.  Who makes up Origins?

Anyone who shares the same passion for Jesus, Humanity, and Innovation can connect and contribute!

The core and creative teams are made up of friends who have wanted to work more together and invite others to join us in serving, loving, and influencing our world.  Some of our names may be familiar and others may not.  These are people of influence from business, ministry, the arts, and academia.

3.  What is next for Origins?

Currently we are interacting online in forums, publishing online articles, sending out a monthly newsletter, meeting in different places for Listening Sessions, and partnering locally towards different initiatives. To register and contribute, go to www.originsproject.org.

We are looking at having a big event in July 2010 in Southern California. (More details to come…)

4. Who makes up the Mosaic Alliance?

The Mosaic Alliance is made up of church planters and church leaders from across the world with churches in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Africa, South America, Australia, New Zealand, and North America.

There are three ways to connect with the Mosaic Alliance. Level one remains free and includes a newsletter, podcasts, and events such as The Mosaic Global Initiative, Ethos, and Yelo. Level two includes Immersion events, an online community, access to more resources, and discounts. Level three churches contribute 5% of their budget towards church planting through any organization or denomination. Levels two and three require an application and administrative fee.

For more details on how to connect with us to create the future go to www.mosaicalliance.com.

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