TESTIMONIALS

“Mosaics of Mercy has been a lifeline for me over the past year and a half. When I was going through deep waters with my child’s struggles, I reached out to Mosaics. Their compassionate response and their willingness to help me find other resources was like having a lifejacket over me, helping me to stay above the stormy weather; guiding me on, shining God’s love and light into my hurting heart. Ultimately all the wonderful support, helped to encourage me to step out and co-facilitate a support group for other hurting moms through the ministry of Mosaics. Knowing that I am not alone, made all the difference in the world to me.”

Trisha, A parent in need and a Mosaic’s volunteer

“Mosaics of Mercy led a crisis-intervention training for our high school small group leaders. So many times, students will confide in adult leaders with their personal struggles, yet these good intentioned adults do not know what to do with such delicate information. Sherry did an incredible job equipping our leaders with the tools they need to feel confident in their role as a mentor to these young people. She gave real life examples, provided necessary knowledge and was able to answer all questions thoroughly. I’m so glad we had Mosaics of Mercy train our leaders!”

Caitlin Dale, The Woodlands United Methodist

“In the midst of the chaos that became my life; Mosaics of Mercy provided me with a refuge of calm.  I am so very fortunate to have found Paige, who in turn brought Sherry, Amy and Alison into my life and Mosaics of Mercy.  The work they do, the lives they touch, the hope they bring, is indescribable; it is just AMAZING! Not only did they support me with resources and rally to help me while I was trying to help a loved one; I have been fortunate enough to support them, “make hearts” and see the work they do behind the scenes. The commitment, passion and desire to make a difference and help break the stigma can truly be felt in every area of this charity!”

Naetha

”I am thankful to God for the ministry of Mosaics of Mercy and for the way it calls attention to the areas of mental illness and addiction. Their encouragement to have honest conversations about things that many of us, our family members, and our friends struggle with is life-giving. I have a Mosaics of Mercy heart mosaic on my desk at work that my wife gave me which features the word “Heal.” Whenever I look at it, it reminds me of the beauty for who I am in Christ despite my brokenness and the wife who loves me and never ceases to pray for me.”

Ken

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