by Winston Chua
PASADENA – Members of Pasadena’s Mosaic Church do more thanjust attend Sunday services and then go home, although there is nothing wrongwith that.
They also meetThursday nights to discuss ways in which the Gospel can come to life. Thepeople appearing on the front page attend a small group that is calledWorldwind, which explores issues of social justice both locally andinternationally.
Still, it is not exclusive to members who are extra devoutor who have a significantly higher purpose in life.
“One of thethings that interested me about Mosaic was that it was a community of faith,and also one where people could ‘belong before they believe,’” said Worldwindgroup leader Sheena Nahm. “In that sense, our small group is totally open towhoever wants to drop by and read or discuss the Bible.”
Currently, the group is studying the book “The Hole in OurGospel,” a compelling true story of a corporate CEO, Richard Stearns, who setaside worldly success for something more significant. He uses his journey todemonstrate how the gospel, the whole gospel, was meant to be a world-changingsocial revolution that starts with each believer.
Worldwind isone of many small groups from Mosaic, “and there are a lot of really greatthings happening as a result of the small group communities and other ministriesat our community of faith,” said group member Holli Fisk.
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