E9: Mark DeYmaz | How the Church Needs to Be Disrupted
In this episode, I sit down for a conversation with Mark DeYmaz for a conversation about how the American Church is ripe for disruption.
In the business world, the word ‘disruption’ has become somewhat of an overused buzzword. To be a disruptor, whether you are a company or a visionary leader, has become somewhat of a badge of honor. But, if you talk to seasoned innovators, they will tell you that it is not all glory. Many have experienced a lot of frustration, disillusionment, and many …have given up on their dreams all together.
But, what about disruption in the American Church? Not much has been discussed about that!
A while back, I had the chance to talk to Mark DeYmaz who is one of these disruptive leaders. I heard so much of my own story in his as he shared how and where he grew up, his dream of playing professional baseball, how he entered the ministry, and how he began to see ways in which the American church needed to be disrupted.
Mark DeYmaz is the founding pastor of the Mosaic Church of Central Arkansas, a multi-ethnic and economically diverse church. He is also a co-founder and currently the Executive Director of the Mosaix Global Network, an organization dedicated to inspiring unity and diversity in the local church throughout North America and beyond. Additionally, he has written seven books including, Disruption: Repurposing the Church to Redeem the Community.
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