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04/26/2020 Newsletter


A Word From Pastor John~

Greetings Mosaic Church, I hope you are doing well and hanging in there amidst this difficult season. Let's be reminded of the many ways we can still connect with each other via telephone and social media. For myself, I must be intentional to make those phone calls and make those connections. As people, we need interaction. Let's do everything we can to maintain a connection with other members of our church family.

I'm thankful for the encouragement that the book of Nahum brought for God's people many years ago. Even though things may look grim around us, God is in control. Nahum reminds Gods people that ultimately God is the king and is in total control. 

How might God choose to work in your life during this unusual season?  Are we maintaining a faith perspective, being continually reminded that God is in total control?

May God continue to work in your life and increase your faith during this season. 


Pray For One Another

To request prayer, email or call/text (520) 709-0815

Our pastors and their families

The world as we all continue to navigate this Covid-19 pandemic.

Justin Echenbarger

Ben Hennessy

Shelley Butler

Marlene Ballard

Dave Lukas

Valerie Thibodeaux's daughter's dear friend whose Father died of Covid 19

Brenda Clark's brother, Ron

Yolanda Porter

April Shilliam

Leonard and Barb Keeler

Hope Baca

The many unspoken requests


Dakota from Tempe Nazarene is home from the hospital


Bible Reading Plan: Week 18

This year, we are reading through the Bible chronologically using The Bible Recap Plan in YouVersion.

Take a bookmark from the front lobby if you'd like to keep track that way and go through at your own pace.

Use OR the YouVersion app

Day 120: Psalms 102-104

Day 121: 2 Samuel 5

Day 122: Psalm 133

Before you read God’s Word today, seek His help with these 5 prayers:

1. God, give me wisdom, knowledge, and understanding. 2. God, let any knowledge I gain serve to help me love You and others more, and not puff me up. 3. God, help me see something new about You I've never seen before. 4. God, correct any lies I believe about You or anything I misunderstand. 5. God, direct my steps according to Your Word.


Humor... kinda


Opportunities to Give and Serve

If you're able:

Volunteer at our "Bread Bank Plus" Resource center.

Call or email the church office.

Donations are welcome!

Help get Bibles to the Navajo speaking

people in prison here in Arizona: Serve God by serving your church:


Nazarene News

Olivet opens dorm rooms to local healthcare workers, first responders

Olivet Nazarene University is offering its on-campus housing to first responders and essential health workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Recently, two hospitals and several groups of first responders reached out to Olivet to request temporary housing for those that are working on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In order to assist the community, Olivet has agreed to make a number of their empty dorm rooms available for first responders and medical personnel who feel unsafe returning to their homes due to virus exposure. “ONU has had a great relationship with our community for over 100 years,” said David Pickering, Olivet executive vice president. “We live in this community and serve together in this community. The community opens itself up to the campus, and we wanted to do the same for them. We were just returning what they do for us every day.”

The university instituted a distance learning model in the middle of March, sending its students home for the rest of the school year at spring break. A minimal number of students and staff still remain at the campus.

According to Pickering, Olivet is a part of Region VII in the Illinois disaster relief program and serves as a surge location for emergencies. 

“We meet with local emergency organizations every month in partnership with them,” Pickering said. “We were able to also go to other organizations and offer our space or whatever they needed. This included fire, police, and county personnel.”

Olivet’s new partnership with hospital employees and first responders started in April. The new residents are housed in three “inner campus” dormitories that have been cleaned, cleared, and prepared for them. The three buildings together could house about 150 people with one person residing in each room, according to Pickering.

“We are blessed to live in a community where we serve together and we have the opportunity to demonstrate the compassion that the Lord could have on those in need,” Pickering said.

by Daniel Sperry for Nazarene News | 16 Apr 2020


Congregation Corner

Submitted on Facebook by Valerie Thibodeaux


Mission Minute

Let's remember NACA (Native American Christian Academy) at this time. Please continue to collect box tops for them, or use the app and also use product codes from Coke products.

You can bring in box tops during Bread Bank hours: Wed. 5-7pm, TH-Fri. 11am-1pm OR drop them in our secure mailbox in the church parking lot.

Thank you!


Talma Harmon

Missions Advisory Counsel



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