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Mosaic

As people entrusted with the Gospel, Trinity Mosaic Ministries aims to advance the ministry of reconciliation and renewal by equipping students, developing resources, and creating new networks.

Mosaic Cohort

In order to help equip servant leaders who are committed to the Gospel ministry of reconciliation, Trinity offers 15 half-tuition scholarships to new Master’s program students on our Deerfield campus. We hope to remove financial barriers for students who desire sound biblical and theological teaching to grow in their ability to see needs and challenges in the world.

Fifteen incoming students from various ethnic and cultural backgrounds will receive a 50% tuition scholarship to TEDS, renewable each year up to the completion of one degree program. These students will experience spiritual formation and leadership development for today’s world through the Mosaic Cohort  and the Mosaic Gathering, and will be shaped by like-minded mentor-to-peer and peer-to-peer relationships.

Learn more about the Mosaic scholarship

Mosaic Gathering

Explore Christian identity and mission under the biblical vision of reconciliation with prayer, biblical reflections, and social analysis.

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Participants include students, faculty, staff, and local pastors, and gatherings take place on our Deerfield campus on Wednesdays from 11:00am-12:20pm in Melton Hall in the Waybright Center.

“I cannot think of a healthier place to explore issues of race, justice, and reconciliation in ministry than in a worshipful, prayerful, Word-faithful, and diverse community of TEDS students and community leaders. It has been a great blessing to have the ability to worship and grow in relationship and learn with such a community.” – MDiv student

 

Mosaic Church Network

Network with diverse churches committed to healthy, mutually beneficial partnerships across divides of race and socio-economics in northern Lake County. Explore church homes, mentors, and service opportunities for students (includes possible academic credit). Pastors from the Mosaic Church Network speak and teach at Trinity, and Faculty members speak and teach in northern Lake County churches

“I am aware of: The passion for the gospel to the lost; the love displayed toward the wayward, wounded, and wicked; the submission to the power and purpose of the Holy Spirit—doing nothing without His guidance; the preeminence of prayer and its live-changing results; the training and guiding of students–our potential church leaders—preparing them for ministry, with a mindset of sacrificing and serving; the valuable and productive personal and professional time with local pastors —praying with them, seeking their counsel, deepening the relationships, and furthering the collaboration with Trinity International University.” – Local Pastor

Mosaic Partnerships for Community Development

Collaborate with non-profit ministries, parachurch organizations, and schools for God’s Kingdom. Areas of service may include: Tutoring, mentoring, counseling, advocacy, housing, job readiness, coaching, literacy, jail ministry, gang outreach, business development, & more. Field Education and Internship opportunities are available

“The partnerships that are developing in North Chicago, including Trinity, local churches, and Jesus-centered ministries is the foundational key to the Kingdom coming in this community that often finds itself on the fringes of society. The investment Trinity International University is making in North Chicago is leading out among evangelical educational institutions in revealing the transformational nature of ‘Kingdom come.’” – Local Pastor


 For more information about Mosaic Ministries, please contact Daniel Hartman at  [email protected]