Mosaic Bible Fellowship began in the heart of Pastor Michael Randle when he was but a youngster in Kansas City. Raised in the heart of Kansas City not far from where the church currently meets, Pastor Michael spent half of his life meeting his wife, raising two daughters, serving the local church in the capacities of minister, youth leader, bus driver, and speaker. He served the community in vocations of educator and architect. Everywhere his heart served, he noticed that the multi-cultural base of Kansas City was still quite separated, even within the community of believers. Pastor Michael believes wholeheartedly that the body of Christ should be divided over nothing, especially race.
In 2010, discussions of a church plant began, and Pastor Michael began networking with several churches in the Kansas City Metro about the need for a church near downtown Kansas City to bring broken people back to a loving God. Home Bible studies began as the church took shape and people began to band together to support this vision. Mosaic was established firmly in 2013 with generous financial backing from five local congregations.
Our history is short, but our hopes and dreams for this area of Kansas City are enormous! Come and see how you fit.
Michael Randle is a native of Kansas City, Missouri. He is married to Lynda Randle, and they have two daughters, Patience and Joy. He attended Kansas University where he received Bachelors degrees in Architectural and Environmental Design with a focus in Sociology. He also received a Masters of Theological Studies from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Lynchburg VA.
Michael was a featured speaker for the Urban Fathering Project, an outreach of the National Center for Fathers and an award-winning Teacher for the Kansas City Missouri School District. He is currently Lead Pastor of Mosaic Bible Fellowship; a Multi-ethnic Church located near the Jazz District in Kansas City.