Mosaic Formation

diverse peoples of the world transformed
in Christ's image

Our Mission

To expand access to spiritual formation care and training for leaders serving marginalized and underserved communities.

Our Vision

To see Christian communities flourish through a theology and practice of spiritual formation that is informed by how diverse peoples of the world are being transformed in Christ’s image.

Our Approach

We take a culturally inclusive approach, integrating global voices and fostering mutual learning.

Voices of Those We Have Served

I am so grateful to have been given the opportunity to participate in this workshop. Removing the issue of having to fit growth and learning into a tight budget has made it so much easier to prioritize these very important aspects of our lives.

This experience deepens my hope and trust in the Lord, increases my confidence in and affections toward Jesus, and invites me to freshly follow the Spirit. What if I move forward helped to love God and others better? Thank you [donors to Mosaic Formation] for your gifts that remove barriers to these experiences.

Thank you for contributing to my own spiritual formation and my work as a spiritual director and instructor. I look forward to being in a position to also pay it forward.

Your generosity exposed our church to intercultural intelligence. I believe that this teaching will help me identify and navigate cultural differences within the staff and the with the people in our congregation.

Freely Receive, Freely Give

Our vision is to see spiritual formation care and resources become vastly more visible and accessible among diverse and underserved leaders and communities. For this reason, we do not charge professional fees when saying “yes” to teaching workshops, leading retreats, speaking at events, or offering one-on-one spiritual direction and coaching. Instead, every recipient of our services is a beneficiary of someone else’s generosity and presented with the opportunity to bless others by paying it forward.


Trust in the Lord

Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2023
7 - 8 PM CST (GMT - 6)
via Zoom

Saturday, Dec 9, 2023
10:30 - 11:30 AM CST (GMT-6)
via Zoom