So much life has been lived since this photo in 2016 when individual paths merged and Mosaics of Mercy was formed. Our shared bond of hearts shattered by various life events emboldened us to step forward and share our stories in the hope of breathing life into others…and did we ever! God paved the way for each of us (including others not pictured) to bring our individual gifts and dreams of sharing hope with the hurting, and thus began the journey of impacting lives…one heart at a time
While not an easy or sudden decision, today is the day where my personal contribution to Mosaics of Mercy formally comes to the end of the road. While I will still be on the fringes as I love this team and all they stand for, I believe in my heart that this is where my path should diverge. It has been an honor to bring Beauty in Brokenness© to Mosaics of Mercy with its tangible reminder of the beauty that comes through brokenness. I am humbled and honored to have shared this Christ-centered message of wholeness and freedom found in and through His perfect love.
Mosaics of Mercy now has other trained facilitators that will continue to share the Beauty in Brokenness© mosaic experience through workshops with individuals, groups, community events and MORE! This warms my heart beyond measure to see this component of Mosaics of Mercy’s mission grow and expand to be all God has in store. While I will continue to share Beauty in Brokenness© in various ways myself from time to time and will see what new things God is opening up for me as He leads, I am leaving the workshops in the hands of outstanding, Jesus-loving people who I know will take things to new heights. Please show your continued support of Mosaics of Mercy by scheduling a workshop today.
Thank you for the support and encouragement I have received over the years as Mosaics has grown to be a powerful hub of resources for mental well-being. We simply could not have done it without you and will continue to depend on connections and community going forward. I am still here…just not HERE. Please don’t be a stranger
With love and respect, Amy
(Note on image: Beauty in Brokenness© workshops happened in my garage before the Outpost existed. Kathleen Fox-Forbes, I think you were taking the photo!)