Mosaix Today with Rachel & Mark
Mosaix Today with Rachel and Mark is a podcast designed to help you pursue the challenging biblical work of building a healthy multiethnic and economically diverse, culturally intelligent, socially just, and financially sustainable church. On each episode, pastors Rachel Gilmore and Mark DeYmaz share unique insights, promising practices, and introduce you to thought-leading practitioners throughout the United States and around the world.
About Your Hosts
Rachel Gilmore most recently served as the Director of Recruiting, Training, and Assessing for lay and clergy church planters in the United Methodist Church. Rachel and her husband, Rev. Brandon Gilmore, are pastors at Central United Methodist Church in Phoenix. In 2009, Rachel planted a church in Virginia Beach and started two missional preschools. In 2017 she cultivated fresh expressions in the local jail and in a feeding ministry that provided food to over 40,000 people in 2020. Rachel graduated magna cum laude from Duke Divinity School as a Distinguished Leader after serving for two years in the Peace Corps in Bulgaria. She is the author of Expanding the Expedition Reach with Missional Communities and a contributor to Launching a New Worship Community: a Practical Guide for the 2020s (Upper Room, 2021).
A thought-leading writer and recognized champion of the Multiethnic Church Movement, Dr. Mark DeYmaz and his wife, Linda, planted the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas in 2001 where Mark continues to serve as Directional Leader. In 2004, he co-founded the Mosaix Global Network with Dr. George Yancey, today serving as its president and convener of the triennial National Multiethnic Church Conference. Mark understands first-hand the responsibilities and pressures that ministry leaders, churches, and other Christ-centered organizations face in seeking to become more equitably diverse and he has dedicated his life to helping them do so. He is the author of numerous books including Building a Healthy Multi-ethnic Church; Disruption; and The Coming Revolution in Church Economics.