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Mosaic - Erwin McManus
Mosaic - Erwin McManus
Welcome to the audio podcast of Erwin Raphael McManus, the Lead Pastor and founder of MOSAIC, a community of faith in Los Angeles California. Known for their innovation, creativity, and artistry, MOSAIC has been named one of the most influential and innovative churches in America. Erwin Raphael McManus communicates on culture, creativity, change, and leadership and is widely known as a thought-provoking communicator, poet, and wordsmith. For more information and to stay up to date with Pastor Erwin and MOSAIC please visit or download the Mosaic app.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 1,725 ratings
Erwin do not let your voice become quite. Keep on doing what you do!!!! You bless me tremendously and challenge me.
Corné de Kock via Apple Podcasts · South Africa · 10/08/22
This podcast is my go-to when I need courage and foundation to know where to create from. I feel like I’m being mentored each week from afar up here in Canada. Your words give me strength to dream big. Thank you for being a creative forerunner and reminding me of what’s possible.
Chequillz via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/22/22
So close…
Erwin is a great person and overall I am always able to learn from his sermons. However he speaks half truths and is not always backed up biblically. But I do not hold him on a pedestal because like every person we still are learning.
dreaplascencia via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/18/22
Recent Episodes
Do you know Jesus wants to meet you right where you are? Pastor Erwin McManus shares from the Gospel of John, where Jesus encounters a man who has been paralyzed for 38 years. The man was waiting to be carried into the pool of Bethesda after the waters were stirred to receive the miracle of...
Published 02/07/23
Published 02/07/23
Pastor Erwin McManus delivers a compelling new message on God's love for the outsider. In the Gospel of John, Jesus interacted with a Samaritan woman at a well and asked her for a drink of water. This was a noteworthy conversation because Samaritans and Jews did not associate with one another at...
Published 01/30/23
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